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It was really fun having physical clues as well as the paper and digital evidence! They were so carefully chosen by the game designers in terms of style, that they could genuinely have been from the 1930s. Having something tactile, really helped with getting immersed in the game!
What I found is that the immersive games are broadly divided into two types of experiences: narrative mysteries that focus on deduction and exploration of a fictional environment, and boxes full of puzzles that focus on providing an escape-room-type experience at home.
This is a fun, simple puzzle you could include in any dungeon or other location where the party gets split up. The rooms that they are in are full of magic, hindering their ability to communicate with one another. They cannot speak directly, but they can still see one another. This might be through a magical mirror on one side of the room, or perhaps some of the party appear as ghostly forms around their friends.
This does not need to be in a Spelljamming setting. You can place this sort of flooded structure anywhere in your campaign. This puzzle allows for lots of creativity to be used to solve it. Will they make makeshift valves to bypass parts of the puzzle? Will they attempt to brute force it and hold their breath? Hopefully, your party will get pretty creative with their solutions.
As the party navigates a mysterious mansion, they enter a room full of clutter and strange decorations. The ceiling begins to lower slowly. The walls around them begin to move in too. The doors to the room have vanished completely. This is a timed puzzle. They need to figure out how to stop the surfaces from moving in or find a way to survive. There are plenty of solutions you could go with. There could be paintings around the room, showing people in certain positions or interacting with particular objects.
This is another puzzle that also acts as a trap. It is a quick puzzle that your party should hopefully resolve within a few moments. If not, they could get seriously hurt. So, perhaps an emergency solution is available, too, if the party struggles. For example, maybe a tiny gap opens up when they are almost crushed, and if they react in time, they can slip through and escape.
The party stumbles upon a room full of bright, multicolored portals. When they turn around, the door they walked through is gone. They have no choice but to venture through the portals to try and find their way out. Each portal brings them to a new room that includes a control pad.
The play blends together puzzles and roleplaying. If one of the player characters was an actor in their backstory, this could be their time to shine. The party finds themselves trapped in a spooky theatre, perhaps after being lured there by the villain. They cannot leave until the correct play is performed. Luckily the theatre is full of props and costumes for the group to use.
The party has ventured to a distant, mysterious town in search of an ancient tome. Fortunately, they find it, but unfortunately, it appears to be written in a strange code. Even the Comprehended Languages spell cannot decipher what is being said here. Etched on a wall nearby is a grid full of the same symbols that can help to solve the cipher.
Mega Weapons become available for all fully upgraded V5 weapons at a Gadgetron vendor, including among Megacorp weapons bought from Slim Cognito (which can then be upgraded to V8). The RY3NO becomes available in challenge mode for 3,000,000 bolts, and both Annihilation Nation and Galactic Rangers missions' bolt rewards increase greatly. Maximum nanotech can also be upgraded up to 200. Players can now also skip Qwark-Vid comics if they want to, to advance quicker through the story (although no bolt or other rewards would be collected).
Challenge mode in Deadlocked is available after the credits and final cutscene. A message will appear, with the option to select "Yes" to enter challenge mode, while selecting "No" will time warp to before Gleeman Vox was defeated. All bolts, weapons (including the last Wrench Upgrade purchased), alpha mods, omega mods, and combat bot equipment and upgrades are retained. Mega versions of fully upgraded weapons can be purchased, allowing them to upgrade up to V99. The bolt multiplier is also available, up to a maximum of x20. Maximum nanotech can also be upgraded up to 999.
Challenge mode in Size Matters is available after the credits. A message will appear, with the option to press to enter challenge mode, or to go back to before defeating Otto Destruct. Like other games, bolt multiplier is present but this time only up to x12. Titan versions of fully upgraded V4 weapons can be purchased from a Gadgetron vendor, allowing them to be upgraded up to V8, while nanotech can be upgraded up to 75. The RYNO also becomes available for purchase at 9,999,000 bolts. More mods from Slim Cognito will be also available. The Hyperborean armor becomes obtainable throughout, while a third playthrough (second challenge mode playthrough) makes the Chameleon armor obtainable. The Giant Clank sections also get harder (with more enemies being on screen, which require a higher score to get the skill points to compensate).
Challenge mode in Secret Agent Clank is available after the credits. A message will appear, with the option to press to enter challenge mode, or to go back to before defeating Klunk. Titan upgrades are available for Ratchet's fully upgraded V4 weapons, while Proto upgrades are available for Clank's fully upgraded weapons. The RYNO also becomes available for purchase for Ratchet, while Clank can acquire a new gadget, the Therm-Optic Shades, which allows him to scan alien codes. Three new weapon mods, and the Download Hot Foot 2.1 Beta also become available for purchase. The price of ammunition is increased (up to three times as expensive), and the bolt multiplier is available (up to x12).
Challenge mode in Tools of Destruction is available after the credits. All bolts, Raritanium, gold bolts, RYNO IV holo-plans, weapons at their current level with Raritanium upgrades purchased, armor, and previously obtained Devices are retained. Now the Trilium armor can be bought at GrummelNet. Omega versions of fully upgraded weapons can be purchased allowing them to be upgraded to version 10 (known as VX), and the Golden Groovitron becomes available for 2,000,000 Raritanium. Prizes at the Mukow arena are multiplied by 100. Leviathan souls when sold to the Smuggler also worth much more. The bolt multiplier is also available (up to x20), but it is disabled in Clank's sections. Also, the player gains more Raritanium from Pirate chests and enemies.
Challenge mode in A Crack in Time is available after the credits, or can be chosen later in the "Extras" menu if the player decided to return just before final boss' defeat. All bolts, gold bolts, RYNO V holo-plans, weapons at their current level, and armor are retained. Nanotech can be upgraded to a maximum of 199, and Omega versions of fully upgraded weapons can be purchased. The bolt multiplier is also available (up to x20).
Challenge mode in Into the Nexus is available after beating the game, and can be begun from the start screen thereafter. Once again, the bolt multiplier (this time up to x10) is here. All bolts, Raritanium, gold bolts, RYNO VII holo-plans, weapons at their current level, and armor are retained. Omega upgrades can be purchased, requiring gold bolts and bolts to buy them, for all fully upgraded V3 weapons, allowing them to upgrade to V6. The Destructapalooza's Platinum Cup challenges become available, as well as the Nether armor. Nanotech can be upgraded up to 200.
Challenge mode in the 2016 re-imagined release of Ratchet & Clank is available after completing the game, and can be started from the start screen thereafter. All bolts, raritanium, gold bolts, holocards, RYNO holocards, nanotech, and weapons at their current level (with raritanium upgrades) are retained. Omega weapons can be bought for all fully upgraded V5 ones, if the player got the holocards needed. As the game is completed, a teleporter to the Insomniac Museum is also available on Veldin. The bolt multiplier is also available.
Once Rift Apart is completed and the end of the credits are reached, the player will be given the option to either return to Zurkie's before the final fight is selected or continue to the title menu where a challenge mode playthrough can be created from the completed save file. The new challenge mode playthrough requires a separate save file to be created. All bolts, Raritanium, gold bolts, RYNO Spybots, weapons at their current level and armor pods are retained. Upon loading the challenge mode save file, a new game will be started in which all previously mentioned holdovers will be retained from the completed game file from the point the challenge mode file was created. Collectibles not retained are Lorbs, CraiggerBears and Zurpstones. Gold Bolts, Armor Pods and RYNO Spybots can be recollected again for bonus bolts. Nanotech can now be upgraded up to 200. Omega weapons can be bought for all fully upgraded V5 ones and can be further leveled up to V10. Bolt prizes at Zurkie's Battleplex are significantly increased and the Box Breaker can be rewon again for bonus bolts. The bolt multiplier is also available (up to x20).
Should the player choose to "Take the gun,", Paul will come up and attempt to forcefully snatch the gun away from David, causing David to accidentally shoot him. Paul will back away a few steps and collapse on his own blood with David coming to his senses and rushing towards him. As David falls into shock at his accidental murder of his friend, Paul will tell him that it wasn't his fault and that David "was not a bad guy," before dying. The scene ends with David backing away from Paul's body and promptly shooting himself. 350c69d7ab