"LOST" Fans, Tired Of Waiting For ABC’s ARG To Get Rolling, Create Their Own
posted 9 years, 5 months ago. by Audibly Lost to ARG, Arts and Crafts, Games, Lost, LostARGs, Lostpedia

Two websites, Lostpedia.com and LostARGs.com, have begun a “Lost” related clue hunt in collaboration with each other. At this point the full nature of the clue hunt remains unclear and there are few details about it other than the name of the game, which now appears to be “Slovaltine Clues.”

The first puzzle can be found hidden in this post. And the second puzzle, posted today, is the first clear collaboration between the two sites. The puzzle requires you to use the image provided at LostARGs.com to decode the message found on the Lostpedia blog.

Personally I think this is a really cool way for fans to kill time as many are becoming extremely impatient with the ARG that ABC is doing right now. Let’s see where it takes us. Good Hunting.

posted 9 years, 9 months ago. by Audibly Lost to Blogs, Games, Lost, RodimusBen

You all should check out this Lost board game RodimusBen thought up recently.

LOSTOPOLY is a game I designed myself using Photoshop, just to play with my friends. The zip file in the link contains all of the necessary items you need to play with the exception of money, play tokens and hotels/houses. I used a Monopoly game I already had for the money and hotels/houses, but I designed the play tokens myself out of Sculpey (see pic below).

If you want a copy of LOSTOPOLY to play with your friends, download the zip file and take it somewhere to print out (I went to my local Staples). I was able to make the game for under $20, counting a thin foam board and all of the color copies. It’s a ton of fun and all of my LOST fan friends have really gotten into it.

Click here to download the zip file for LOSTOPOLY.

Here is the original post I made when I first presented LOSTOPOLY. It has more detailed instructions for how to assemble the game if you need them.

Via Ben Lundy at Broadcast Depth (check out more images from the game here)