Hunt down a missing time agent, or get your noir detective on aboard a mysteriously abandoned space station. From the designers at the award-winning Next Level Escape!
Works on Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari. No installation needed. Just grab your friends and go!
We recommend putting aside 1.5 to 2 hours for a game, as we encourage players to go through at a leisurely pace and enjoy the story and exploration.
There is no timer, so you can take as long as you like!
This game is NOT hosted, which means you can play at any time that suits you and your friends. You’ll get a code as soon as you purchase it, and you can play it whenever you want.
If you ever get stuck, we have a detailed hint system that will nudge you in the right direction without giving away the answer!
Each code is valid for a team of up to six people. If you have more players, we suggest splitting them into groups of 3-6 players and getting a code for each group.
If you’d rather play solo, both games work for one player!
A Temporal Tangle Online: No, you will not, so communication is very important! If you manage to open a lock or a door, or find an item, make sure you tell your friends!
The Strange Disappearance on Station Eleven: Yes! There is a shared inventory, and when one person unlocks a door or item, it’s open for all. What you do in one part of the station may affect something in another part, so communication is still very important!
No – we highly recommend hopping your your favourite vid/audio chat program with your friends before starting the game.
Headphones are also highly recommended, so you’re not hearing everyone else’s music/sound effects and vice versa.
Your code can be used up to 6 months after purchase. It is limited to one playthrough of the game, though you can do this over multiple sessions and the game will remember where you’re up to (just don’t clear your browser cache!).
A Temporal Tangle: This is our easier offering. There is a more guidance and the puzzles are more straightforward.
The Strange Disappearance on Station Eleven: This game has slightly tricker puzzles. It also requires player observation: you will need to piece together information from things you’ve seen around the place, as they’re not told to you directly. However, once one person solves a puzzle, everyone progresses!