Rosetta: The Lost Language
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In 1799, the Rosetta Stone helped decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics for the first time in thousands of years. Through creativity and imagination, players can now decode a lost ancient language all on their own, making up and drawing new symbols along the way. Featuring art by the fantastic Micaela Dawn, the game includes two dry-erase felt-tip markers, UV-coated drawing cards, ruined landscapes and mysterious symbolseverything you need to play in a premium travel-sized box with a magnetic folding lid.A cooperative game, play and win as a team including with large groups, classrooms, and over video chat with over 800 possible setups to solve. Build teamwork and challenge the mind with this game of language and meaning for 2 or more archaeologists.