The Order Of Light

  • ⭐️ 9/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 105 Minutes
  • 👥 3 – 6 Person

After our encounter with Frankenstein’s monster, we should get to the bottom of the secrets of the legendary Order of Light.

At first, expectations are played a little when one finds oneself in the setting of a bar or lounge. Nevertheless, there is one or the other to discover here and it is not too much to reveal if I say that the setting can develop exponentially over the various sections.

The puzzles are therefore varied and are to be regarded as modern and innovative and sometimes understand with the classic expectation that one will break a puzzle. The level of difficulty is to be seen as high, but everything here fulfills its purpose in the sense of the narrative and does not seem artificial.

The mood and the ambience are upscale and elegant. At the beginning it still looks a bit spartan, but this only brings out the visual power of the finale even better.

Tim Steeger

Tim Steeger