Is Black Sonata fun to play?
Players: 1 – 1 players | Game Duration 30 – 30 mins | Min. Age 12+ | Game complexity: EASY
Genre: Deduction,Print & Play,Renaissance
Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: No | Online Version: No
What is Black Sonata about?
The identity of the Dark Lady from Shakespeare’s sonnets has
eluded scholars and historians for more than four centuries.
In Black Sonata, you will pursue the elusive Lady through the
streets and alleyways of Elizabethan London, catching glimpses
and whispers which together with the sonnets themselves may
yield clues to her identity. However, not all of the evidence is
reliable; you will need to sharpen your wits if you are to finally
unmask the Dark Lady before she slips quietly from the pages of
history and is lost.
Black Sonata is a solitaire deduction game for ages 12 and up
You will track the Dark Lady as she flits through Shakespeare’s
London, circa 1600. If you manage to find her you may gain a
clue to her identity before she slips away once more.
You must acquire enough clues to deduce her key characteristics,
and confront her before she escapes for good. If you can
successfully catch and unmask her then you will win fame, respect
and the game.
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