Log your progress, solve new puzzles,
and continue the
With the help of your Intelligence Agent, you’ll
The Curator’s true identity, connect him
to a crime, and work with the
Police to finally exact justice.
*Frequently asked questions below.
A. This game, “Chasing Hahn,” is a continuation of The Heist story, but you don’t need to play The Heist first. The experience will be the same whether you’ve played The Heist or not.
A. The game can be played by yourself or with
a group of friends. You will need to be all together in one place – we recommend it for one to four players!
A. There is a handy hint guide available to you at all times – you can utilize as many or as few hints as you’d like to customize the difficulty level. Challenge your friends to see who can solve the mystery with the fewest hints!
A. There is no time limit for completing TEG Unlocked! You can work through it at your own pace and pick up where you left off.
A. Yes, there is important information to your mission on the online dashboard that you will need to access to play. You can use a computer or a phone/tablet!
A. You’ll receive a card with a unique code to gain access to your online dashboard, multiple documents including a psychiatric report, a postcard from an important place, a personal photograph, some mysterious playing pieces, and what looks like a science fair project. Most of these objects were found in the investigation of Vincent Hahn’s raided home.
A. TEG Unlocked is recommended for ages 12 and up, due to the challenging nature of the puzzles, but is appropriate for all ages. Be aware there are small parts that can pose a choking hazard to young children.
A. All the clues in TEG Unlocked are in English at this time. As long as at least one player can read and understand English, it will be solvable!