We’re excited to announce our newest self-guided ClueKeeper hunt: Escape the Musée Mécanique! This hunt is set up like a virtual escape room set in a real-world location in San Francisco, and it features some fantastic Augmented Reality elements thanks to our partnership with the awesome folks at Zappar. We think you’ll really enjoy it! The grand opening of the hunt is on Saturday, September 17th, but you can play any time you like after that as well.
Palace Games has been nominated as one of the best Escape Room venues in America! Shinteki helped create the content for these rooms, and we couldn’t be more excited for their success. If you’ve played in The Great Houdini Escape Room or The Roosevelt Escape Room – or if you’re just a fan of Shinteki in general – please take a moment to vote (no registration needed). Thanks for your support!
Shinteki’s Puzzle of the Month will make its 2016 debut today (there was a one-week delay to accommodate the MIT Mystery Hunt; future puzzles will be released on the 15th of the month as usual). The January-June puzzles will feature a series of guest constructors, and the July-December puzzles will be authored by Mark Halpin. We will once again be offering prizes this year, so set up an account if you don’t have one already. Good luck, and happy solving!
Shinteki hunts on the ClueKeeper app
Shinteki is pleased to offer several self-guided hunts on the ClueKeeper system for iOS and Android devices. Our featured offering is Hipster BINGO, an ironically hip puzzle hunt in and around Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco. Visit ClueKeeper to find out more!
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Shinteki creates fun, innovative adventures, both public and private. As true puzzle lovers, we specialize in unique, creative challenges and fully customized events. We also host a perplexing Puzzle of the Month for solvers around the globe.