Help a Marine Archaeologist search for the Lost City of Atlantis
Postal detective game for Children and Families
Search for Atlantis
Discover a Journey through Ancient Greek Mythology that leads you to the location of the lost city of Atlantis.
• Three postings packed full of realistic artefacts and documents that make you feel like a genuine detective.
• Can be played by one or more investigators.
• Reveal your identity as the sender at the start (if it’s a gift) or at the end – to keep them in suspense.
• CHRISTMAS PRESENT? ORDER NOW, and during checkout, you can choose to add a “DO NOT OPEN UNTIL 25TH DECEMBER” seal to the back of the first mailing.
It all starts with an unexpected letter from the Custodian of Unsolved Mysteries.
You have been nominated to help investigate one of our unsolved mysteries.
You will receive a series of artefacts and documents to examine.
If you choose to help, break the seal on the black envelope and commence your investigation.
The investigation begins…
In 1930 a Marine Archaeologist recovered underwater artefacts from the wreckage of an Ancient Vessel.
These remnants will lead your investigator through the legends of Ancient Greece, uncovering relics, codes and clues in search of the Lost City of Atlantis.
Three mailings containing:
Photographs, postcards, letters, artefacts including an ancient coin, newspaper and magazine clippings, all interweaved with codes, cyphers and puzzles that, when solved, will reveal the location of the Lost City of Atlantis.
Who can play this detective game?
The codes and cyphers are designed for 10 years and above; children under 10 years old can play but may require supervision with some of the more intricate puzzles.
Also suitable for siblings or families with younger children who want to explore the adventure together.
“We would definitely recommend Mysterious Mail to anyone with an inquisitive child who loves a good mystery.
In a time where everything is becoming digital, it’s a real novelty for a child to get exciting mail through the post.
The documents and artefacts combined to make a really compelling experience!”