The Crime-Trail in Innsbruck allows you to take on the role of a team of investigators, while you attempt to solve the mysterious threatening letters. If you want to start the tour, download the “crime file” included in the confirmation email. Here, you will find an overview of the case and its suspects. Once you arrive at the crime scene, use your smartphone to start the chat with our headquarters, who will bring you up to date on the current state of the investigation and guide you through the game.
The game takes you to various locations in Innsbruck. Throughout, you will be able to find new clues and evidence with the help of questions and riddles – you decide in which order you want to follow the clues! Now it’s up to you to cleverly combine the collected evidence and statements to unmask the perpetrator. Have you solved the case? Then you can now use the arrest warrant code to convict the perpetrator on our website!
What you need to complete our Cime-Trail in Innsbruck:
- the Crime File – you will need to keep a good overview, so we recommend that you print out the crime file and take a pen with you to take notes
- at least one smartphone with a full battery
- the arrest warrant code that you received in your confirmation email
- investigative zest – you can investigate the Crime-Trail alone or with a team!
The Case in Innsbruck
Terrible things are happening in the Tyrolean capital: The confectionery Großgasteiger has been receiving threatening letters, which at first seemed rather harmless. Last week, however, another letter arrived, threatening a “ruining”. Further, the letter states that this “ruining” will happen very soon: on Tuesday, 12/12, in exactly 24 hours from now. The family is very desperate and fears bad things might be happening soon.
Now Innsbruck and the confectionery Großgasteiger need your help before it is too late. Are you ready?
More Crime-Trails in the area
Other Crime-Trails near Innsbruck can be found in Kufstein and St. Anton. You can find an overview of all of our Crime-Trails in Germany and Austria here. An overview of Crime-Trails available by our partners in Switzerland can be found under https://www.krimi-trails.ch/.