By Snow & Saol
And here's another adventure at Fuzzy escape, our 6th online adventure.
There's something here that we really like... or rather someone.
We find ourselves on a zoom and use an inventory on trello, updated without us having anything to do with it, thanks to Andrew one of the managers of the sign who acts in the shadows.
Today we want to help little Jayson to be part of the very select club of cool kids.
Our Game Master will take on a child's voice and we'll find him on a playground full of all the games you're used to finding there. Of course, we'll send Jayson out to have fun with a variety of activities. Then we get down to solving the puzzles. Fuzzy logic always works on the same principle: a lot of puzzles that aren't too complicated nor too simple, they quickly follow one another, creating an euphoria of successes. There are some that are quick to solve and others that require a little more thinking, but here all revolve around the world of children's games. We finished the room in 36 minutes, but honestly we didn't feel like we finished fast because there was so much to do...
It was a fun room, made even more fun by Jayson's game. The spaces aren't huge, but we don't mind playing at a distance. Anyway, we had fun, I almost had the giggles, so you can imagine how much fun this room is and how suitable it is for young and old.
And this format works very well in online games.