The Secrets of Berlin’s Grim Past and Joyful Present – by Holger


Explore Berlin’s Mitte district, its dark history and vibrant contemporary life. While you solve 14 riddles, you’ll discover locations and stories we dare to say not even most Berliners know. This trail takes you to the weirdest, loveliest and most unknown corners in the city centre.

This adventure was developed by local tour guide, Holger.

14 riddles to solve
1,5 – 2,5 hours to complete the game (but there’s no time-limit)

Start in front of Reichstag.

End near the New Synagogue.

Play 7 days a week, starting between 8:00 and 19:30 (daylight hours)

Price per game is for a team of 1 to 5 people.

SKU: 5405 Category:

Rules of the game:

  • Pre-game: Play on your own, or in a team. We recommend teams of max. 5 players!
  • Playing the game: To start playing open the link, which you received upon purchase, in your phone’s browser. Then, simply press the “Start” button to start solving the first riddle. As soon as you hit “Start”, the clock starts ticking.
  • Solving the riddles: Solve the 14 riddles by typing the answers in the text box and tap the tick button to submit your answer. Most answers are made up of one word only or a number – there are a few exceptions.
  • Hints: If you need a little help, ask for a hint. Hints will get you nearer to the location where you can find the answer to your riddle. Note there’s only one hint per riddle. Each hint you ask for will add 10mins ‘penalty time’ to your overall time.
  • Skipping riddles: In case you’d like to skip a riddle without solving it and want to receive the next one, press ‘Skip this riddle’. We recommend asking for a hint before skipping a riddle to make sure you are near the right spot to continue from. Skipping a riddle adds 20mins ‘penalty time’ to your overall time.

Hear and read what recent players said about our trails here

Or learn more about the creator of this game, Holger, here.

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