Argentat, France (PressExposure) June 08, 2009 -- A manor house near the Dordogne river and an apartment in Paris. Michel Becker is the illustrator of the famous treasure hunt âSur la Trace de la Chouette dâOrâ (âSearching for the Golden Owlâ). But the new treasure hunt he is now launching, use the visual codes of pirates from long ago, who were unable to read or write; they used visual marks to remember their hiding places and where they hid their bounty. There is no need for knowledge of a language or a particular subject to succeed at this treasure hunt. Like the pirates of long ago to decode the enigmas of âtheftâ, you must rely on sharp eyesight, craftiness and imagination.
Here, you must count steps, strides, or simply distances, and find landmarks. Each participant will receive the reproductions of two of Michel Beckerâs paintings in real size (3,281 x 3,281 ft) delivered in a tube. They will serve as maps on which three tracing paper blue prints can be stacked. Be as daring as you want while fiddling with the maps: imagination will be you most useful quality.
Of course, the solution does exist and must be found. To encourage the treasure hunters and to give substance to their theses, we will post visual clues from time to time on our website http://www.comcresus.com . Here, everything is feeling and imagination, so the TREASURE TUBE will not last for too long, out of respect for regulations, and will allow all, irrespective of culture or language, to emerge victorious.
Please honor us with a visit to our website http://www.comcresus.com to discover a new international game of knowledge with a prize of 1.000.000 â¬. Also, if possible, please help us to spread the game worldwide. Cordially yours.