Ignacy Trzewiczek, Joanna Kijanka
Robinson Crusoe: Mystery Tales
On our behalf and Fawcett family’s, we would like to thank each and every one of you for such a fantastic response on to our call! We were genuinely stunned to see that many brave people, jumping in to search for Colonel. We’ve been going through the list, trying to figure, who would be the best fit for the fearful jungle. To be honest, it isn’t an easy task, and we want to make sure that whatever is waiting for us over there, we can handle it.
We would like to announce street dates for three upcoming major releases! Detective: L.A. Crimes by Ignacy Trzewiczek and Mateusz Zaród, the first expansion for an award-winning (Game of the Year 2018 in Expert Category in France, Coop game of the year by Brawlin’ Brothers, and more) Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game, will be available on March 28th. Expansion will let you play as a group of LAPD detectives solving three cases set in Los Angeles in the 80s. Together they form a short campaign. You can learn more about it here: https://detectiveboardgame.com/la-crimes/
The Royal Geographical Society Attention! As of today 29th March 1927, we are organizing the rescue expedition! Please help us find Lt. Col. Percy Harrison Fawcett, who’s lost in the depths of the Brazilian jungle. The brave explorer – in pursuit of the legendary and mythical city long forgotten by all civilizations – took his son and sailed to North America. For over a year and a half his expedition didn’t show any signs of life as we’ve been trying to reach out to them. The Lieutenant’s family is worried sick on his behalf, and so are we. We are looking for the most brave and noble people to join this expedition. Any skill sets are welcome; the jungle is harsh and unpredictable. Cook, Soldier, or even a carpenter! We were hoping you could search through the dangerous lands and bring our beloved explorer back home! Who knows what abilities may be needed over ...
We would like to apologize for taking so long to respond, but we were anxious about any news from the colonel as well. We understand your concerns and we keep you in our thoughts. We would have updated you sooner, but until now we didn’t know any more than you did. Anyway, I’m happy to report now, the colonel is doing great. He has sent us a lengthy report dated May 20th, describing most of his findings; if his calculations are correct, he should be at his goal already. He said in his correspondence, “(…) I expect to be in touch with the old civilization within a month and to be at the main objective in August. Thereafter, our fate is in the lap of the gods!” This means all that’s left right now is to just wait for another word from him about his success. To make up for ...
Greetings. I don’t want to alarm you, but I’m writing this to you because I haven’t heard from Percy for a while. I know that I should be used to it; it’s not like this is the first time that he’s been unable to send mail while he’s out there, alone in the wild. He’s already endured so much, and I believe in him and his success. Well, I must believe, because I swear – every time he’s back from there, I feel like he leaves a piece of himself there – so I worry, because I don’t know if he could take yet another failure.
The jungle is as hostile as it ever was. It has already been 23 days of travel through it, and even though we are doing fine, something weird is going on. Rimmel got severe food poisoning, and he’s not looking good, but that’s not what I mean. All I know is that right now we cannot stop, even though both Rimmel and Jack asked me to slow down. We should reach the Bakairi post in a day or two, and I will be able to help him there. For now, I must push harder because I cannot shake off a feeling that we’re being watched…
A weird dream troubled me today, and its timing is what confuses me the most. We’ve just left the Cuiabá streets, fully stocked and ready to go through the jungle. It’s been over a month of preparation, double checking all of the necessities. We’ve entered the wilderness and moved forward to the first tribe’s location. We will travel through the first river today. Everything goes according to plan, everything seems to be fine. So why should I be worried about such a ‘warning’?
It feels so familiar, so nostalgic, even though it was only five years — the trees, the air, and all people around the city. I can close my eyes and picture each place so vividly, and yet I feel ecstatic when I think about the entrance to the jungle. I can’t wait to get past it. We had departed Corumbá two days ago, and soon we should arrive at Cuiabá. We’re getting closer, but the travel is dragging – it always did.
Hello all and welcome to Stidjen Plays Solo! The future is here and it’s called 2019! Last year, I did a lot of cool things – for one, I started this blog, as well als my Facebook-page and Instagram-page. I think 2018 is the year that I really got into this hobby as both player and content creator. I used to play, but now I’m playing – if that makes sense. For 2019, I hope to continue that trend – play more and also review and write more! Anyway, 2019 lies ahead of us with a lot of games to look forward to. Here’s my top 10.
We’re in New York at Rimmel’s place, after a long journey across the Ocean. Tomorrow we will get back on a ship and set off to Brazil. Once we’re there, we can’t waste time. We will head towards the Cuiabá of the Mato Grosso right away. We will be able to refill our supplies there and buy everything necessary to enter the jungle and complete our journey. We especially need a couple of mules to carry over the luggage and tools.
Finally, The Royal Geographical Society decided to approve the plans for the next expedition. I’ve decided to take only the people whom I trust, that’s why apart from the two Brazilians, that we will join us at the Cuiabá, I will bring only my son Jack and his close friend Rimmel Raleigh. After seven expeditions to the Brazil jungles, where two of them were strictly dedicated to finding the lost city of ‘Z,’ I’m sure that this time we won’t be back empty-handed.
We finish working on our project: Robinson Crusoe: Mystery Tales. Everything is almost ready! Development’s work is over. Now its graphics designers time!
Just an average week here for us in Portal Games Headquarters. Watch as work on the Detective, Robinson Crusoe: Mystery Tales and many other awesome games!
New expansion for Robinson Crusoe is coming! Are you excited? We sure are!