A 100 years ago, in the autumn of 1918, Friedrich Karl, Prince of Hessen, was to be crowned King. He was to become Charles I, King of Finland and Karelia, Duke of Åland, Grand Duke of Lapland and Lord of Kaleva and the North. On December 14th, though, he was asked to renounce the crown; but there are still secrets remaining from this short royal moment in history.

You’re exploring the attic of an old house in the heart of Helsinki. What strange stuff people leave behind! Rumour has it that a royalistic secret society used this attic as a meeting place a long time ago – some say that strange noises can be heard even today.  Can it be true that the secret society in its royalistic fervour stole the crown made for King Charles? What else happened? You have 60 minutes to solve this royal mystery.

This game can be played in two identical rooms with two teams racing each other. The reservation calendar shows the amount of available rooms.

The maximum amount of players in one room is 6. If both rooms are reserved, a maximum of 12 people can play this game.