It truly was an enigmatic house. My father used to say it was just a regular house that a giant had lifted and flipped over on its side. Tons of old things towered along the walls, almost all of them things that had no place in a home. A big, shaggy German Shepherd strolled along the paths among all that junk, and somewhere in the middle of the clutter, always busy disassembling something, was the dog’s master: my uncle, Alf. To say that it was messy would be
wrong. There was an order here, and a feeling of recycling— sort of like a compost heap.
The Mystery Story is not the only way to play Tales from the Loop. Another way is to use a Mystery Landscape – a sandbox environment with strange locations, exciting creatures and constructions, and people with dubious agendas. In this method, the Kids are allowed to move about freely without a pre-written plot, and they seek out Mysteries to explore. A Mystery Landscape can be used in combination with regular Mysteries, and several Mysteries could even be played simultaneously.
This product presents one Mystery Landscape. It is based on the Swedish Mälaren Islands, but includes suggested tweaks for using it in the Boulder City Location as well.
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