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Crime Scene: Lazio 1356

Lazio is the fifth game in the Crime Scene family. It follows the same puzzle solving format as its predecessors. This game is set in a medieval monastery, where recent events have frightened away most of the monks. The story is written by the awarded author Arttu Tuominen. In the puzzles you get to investigate a broken down cart with strange wheels, a night sky with shooting starts, a pot where man has been boiled, and many other things. The high age recommendation comes from a few graphic details in the story. These can be skipped by parents playing with their children (12+), as long as they are aware such exist in the game. Challenge Level 3/5

Age Rating

Players

Playing Time

BGG Rating

14+
1-4
100
5.8

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