SKULDUGGERY

SKULDUGGERY

SKULDUGGERY

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Skulduggery – The Game

Three crimes were committed in Tasmania in the 1830s…. they will be solved in the 21st century.

Will YOU be the one to unravel the mysteries of the past?

Skulduggery is a nineteenth century mystery for all rambling coves, likely lads and sharp witted misses. Follow the “real life” adventures of Skulduggery’s enigmatic central character – Convict Field Policeman, John James – who ranged the Highway with his trusty steed and loyal dog, investigating crimes.

Test your skills as a super sleuth, as a history buff, or just for hours of family fun and entertainment. The clues are included with the books to help you solve the mysteries.

There are three Skulduggery games in the series:

Forgery for Fools – is based at Oatlands. Can you uncover the nefarious dealings of George Dudfield, publican, gaoler, trickster and black-guard?

The Arch Villains – is based at Ross. Can you discover why the bridge at Ross took so long to build? Grapple with the mysteries of Dr Zweigle’s code breaker, and find the sinister truth behind the 1834 Christmas Day riot.

Where There’s Smoke… – is based at Longford. Can you expose the sinister forces that laid waste to Joseph Archer’s wheat stacks?

To play Skulduggery, first purchase the game.

Read the stories of John James’ exploits to discover the clues needed to solve the mysteries. Take careful note of the clues contained in the items alluded to in the game, such as the colonial newspaper, The Vandemonian.

You can play the games from anywhere, but they are most fun when you come travelling along the Heritage Highway, visit the towns and villages of Longford, Ross and Oatlands, and find answers to the mysteries in unexpected places!

Three crimes were committed in Tasmania in the 1830s…. they will be solved in the 21st century.

Will YOU be the one to unravel the mysteries of the past?

Skulduggery is a nineteenth century mystery for all rambling coves, likely lads and sharp witted misses. Follow the “real life” adventures of Skulduggery’s enigmatic central character – Convict Field Policeman, John James – who ranged the Highway with his trusty steed and loyal dog, investigating crimes.

Test your skills as a super sleuth, as a history buff, or just for hours of family fun and entertainment. The clues are included with the books to help you solve the mysteries.

There are three Skulduggery games in the series:

Forgery for Fools – is based at Oatlands. Can you uncover the nefarious dealings of George Dudfield, publican, gaoler, trickster and black-guard?

The Arch Villains – is based at Ross. Can you discover why the bridge at Ross took so long to build? Grapple with the mysteries of Dr Zweigle’s code breaker, and find the sinister truth behind the 1834 Christmas Day riot.

Where There’s Smoke… – is based at Longford. Can you expose the sinister forces that laid waste to Joseph Archer’s wheat stacks?

To play Skulduggery, first purchase the game.

Read the stories of John James’ exploits to discover the clues needed to solve the mysteries. Take careful note of the clues contained in the items alluded to in the game, such as the colonial newspaper, The Vandemonian.

You can play the games from anywhere, but they are most fun when you come travelling along the Heritage Highway, visit the towns and villages of Longford, Ross and Oatlands, and find answers to the mysteries in unexpected places!

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Learn More About The Heritage Highway

Northern Midlands

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Learn More About The Heritage Highway

Northern Midlands

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