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Alan Gates
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For those of you who have played the scenarios what are your opinions on them being kid safe, i.e. are there any adult themes? Also would it be suitable to run with kids or are the puzzles to complex for them?
 
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Russell Neave-Houghting
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We played the first two with our kids with no issues....a couple of times they figured stuff out that we couldn't quite see the right way!

We didn't play the last one with them as the rulebook suggests it's for advanced gamers....but with hind-sight, if playing with adults, should be fine.

I don't recall any issues with the theme, but we tend not to overly worry about stuff like that (and explain stuff to them if/when it comes up) so I may be missing something on that front.

HTH, Russ
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Alan Gates
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Thanks Russ. Our kids are a similar age so I think it would work. I'll let you know how we get on.
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Calvin Le Huray
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Very kid safe, I have been playing it with 10 year olds.
 
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Alan Gates
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Quick update. We played the first scenario last night with our kids (8 and 6) without any problems. They loved it and can't wait to play the next instalment.
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