The ISIS Puzzle and Adventure Launched in Belgium and the Netherlands

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Based on an egyptian theme, this metal puzzle aims to challenge even the most advanced puzzle experts. Each puzzle is hand crafted, and therefore may differ slightly in size, shape and appearance.

The ISIS is an interactive mind puzzle which involves players having to open an alloy ball which is constructed in layers and covered in hieroglyphics. Each ISIS is unique and requires a different combination to open it.

Crack the combination and you'll reveal a special key inside, which has a number stamped on it. The key will open one of the ISIS golden pyramids which are hidden in secret locations throughout Europe.
Each pyramid contains a gold coin worth £500 and a number of silver coins worth £20 each!

The ISIS Adventure is a race against time, players will be able to get clues from the games' website to help them in their quest to unlock the mystery and find the hidden treasure. This is the first in a series of 5 ISIS puzzles to be launched, each presenting more advanced and challenging stages than the previous one.

"The ISIS is the result of years of research and development and is completely original. There are literally millions of combinations and the game promises to challenge the most astute and intellectual of minds. Once you pick one of these things up, it becomes a real obsession and you just can't put it down until you crack the code....but that may never happen!"Andrew Reeves (creator)

The ISIS is engineered out of a high quality alloy and is beautifully presented in a solid wooden box with a high polish finish.

About Amerone (bvba-Ltd) was established in 1999 and has from the outset focused its online activities on selling innovative 'hype & trendy' products.

USB Memory Watches, PowerBalls, Banana Guard, Anti Slip Pad and, recently, the Cerealtop™, are just a few of a wide range of the products that have been launched successfully in Europe.
http://www.amerone.be

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