The Scandal Game


Puzzle Post's dinner party edition. Perfect for groups of up to 8 people. 


Femi Banuve, a sports photographer, has stumbled across a story of match-fixing and blackmail at the Marseille Tennis Championships. A bank of files and documents are being used to threaten a leading tennis star and Femi needs your help to disrupt the plan.

Solve all nine puzzles that Femi has left you, break into the online vault where the files are hidden and delete them all before it’s too late!

You can complete the game individually but we would recommend getting a group of friends and family together to tackle this challenge. There are nine puzzles to solve in total and plenty to entertain a small group for an hour or so. We’d recommend 8 people maximum though to ensure everyone can be involved.

How To Play

You must work together with your teammates to solve a series of puzzles and break into a passcode-protected online vault - you will certainly be required to think outside the box. 

In addition to the contents of this envelope, you will need access to a smartphone and the internet to complete your task. 

-You have 9 puzzles to solve, which together create a passcode

-Enter the passcode online to access the vault and complete the game

-There are two copies of each puzzle. Don't read anything into this though, it's just so there's enough for everyone. 

-Clues are available online. There are multiple hints available for each puzzle, so you can choose how much help to receive and when. 

Good To Know

Suitable for 14+ years old

Up to 8 players

Playing time is 45-90 mins

Bobby and Will, the creators of Puzzle Post, have always loved a brain teaser, and wanted to create a customisable experience to make game-play even more exciting. All mystery puzzles have been thoroughly tested on their friends and family to make sure your playing experience is second to none!