Unravel a decade of mystery in this in-person game that can be played in your office
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How it works
The Inquest is played in your office, with actors coming to your place of work or conference location and bringing with them everything they need.
Players are handed archived evidence about a mysterious death in 2010, including the possessions of the young man in question.
Twists and turns along the way reveal secret information and hidden agendas.
Together with live actors playing an Archivist and Coroner, players must hack systems, find inconsistencies, and return a verdict once and for all.
One body in the river.
Ten years of questions.
What happened to Scott Davies?
A decade ago, Scott Davies drowned in the heart of Cambridge. After reviewing the evidence available at the time, the inquest in 2010 returned an open verdict.
Remote inquests are now a standard procedure to clear the backlog of unsolved deaths. Together with eleven others, a police Archivist, and a Coroner, your duty is to determine the events that led up to Davies’ death.