Replayability of this book?

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Replayability of this book?

Postby shooshoo » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:56 pm

I am new to this book. I heard about it from the Secret Cabal Gaming podcast about a week ago and was very intrigued. I think it's a really cool idea and looking forward to it.

I have a few friends who would be interested in this too. I am wondering if it's possible to go through this book without marking it or folding any pages so that i could give it to somebody afterwards. Or is that simply not possible?

Ill be taking this to my classrooms to spread the word around and hopefully get more and more people interested in this. Hopefully some of them will go out and buy it. Another reason i ask if it can be replayed is if i decide to buy it for some fellow teachers... Could this be a book they can include in their classroom so several kids can enjoy it? (Im talking kids as in grade 6 to grade 9 or 10 range).
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Re: Replayability of this book?

Postby Puzzlers » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:38 pm


Yes is possible to replay it if you don't write on the book

Best age is 14+ ( younger can play with help)
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Re: Replayability of this book?

Postby CarmineM » Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:44 pm

I was thinking about replayability too. Do you have any suggestions on what's the best way of doing this without writing on the book, Puzzlers? I love the book, by the way.
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Re: Replayability of this book?

Postby gjjgames » Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:20 am

My wife and I just finished the book without writing in it. We used post-it notes to write the keys on for each puzzle and made copies of the pages that we thought would need to be folded, drawn on, cut, etc. It worked out pretty well and we're happy we can now lend out the book or save it for the kids when they're a bit older.

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