Finally, the truth - the most explosive Cahill secrets revealed!
The chance to unlock SIX clues:
• Find the 'Pack 4' ultra-rare card to unlock ONE new clue
• Combine 'Pack 4' cards to unlock TWO new clues
• PLUS - Your last chance to collect the Packs 1, 2 & 3 ultra-rare cards and unlock those THREE clues.
Collect them all - Be in to win over $100,000 in prizes!
Another great collection of cards to use in the amazing '39 Clues' book/game series.
These cards reveal more of the clues needed to finish the storyline off, and also allow you to enter the many competitions by simply participating in the website activities.
The artwork is very clever, usually incorporating subtle hints and connections, if not outright puzzles and clues... and the bright colours appeal to the younger players as much as the puzzles appeal to the older ones.
Overall, another excellent addition to the franchise, and a great way for the dedicated clue hunters to get another shot at missing ultra-rare cards from earlier sets.
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