The Venus of Willendorf

Embark on the craziest reverse treasure hunt journey with your friends. The Natural History Museum Vienna in Austria gives you the most mysterious artefact in the world – The Venus of Willendorf and together with your friends you must uncover the origins of this extremely rare artefact.  A legend and treasures (NFTs) left in the shadows for over 30,000 years. Shed light on one of the greatest mysteries in history. 

The famous Venus was found in Austria in 1908.  Just recently scientists have discovered that the material of the artifact was made from far beyond a 200-kilometer radius of Willendorf.

It takes a team to solve one of the biggest mysteries in the world. Invite your friends or find the best minds in the world to find where the Venus originated.

Find the clues, so can travel back in time in speaking with the neolithic people in the lands spreading  from present day France to Ukraine.

Be careful, you could end up in a path uncovering more mysteries, unknown yet to the present world. All discovered artifacts (NFTs) will be yours and could be sold in the real crypto currency market.  


  • Pure co-op perfection — Invite friends to join this immersive, educational and adventurous experience built purely teams. Choose from couch and face ever-changing challenges where working together is the only way forward.
  • Disruptive educational gameplay — From rampaging miniature stone monsters to affectionate mammoths , you never know what you’ll be up against next. Filled with genre-bending challenges and new character abilities to master in every level, experience a metaphorical merging of gameplay and narrative that pushes the boundaries of interactive storytelling.
  • A universal tale of relationships — Discover a touching and heartfelt story of the challenges in getting along with successful teams. Join forces and go on an adventure you’ll treasure — together!

The inspiration for this game:
Starting about 35,000 years ago, humans made a great leap forward culturally. Their “social tools” evolved which allowed people to maintain connections and share information over long distances. The groups with the most effective social tools managed to stay connected and to survive, and their descendants inherited this culture of connectedness. It is no wonder why the statue of Venus was found so far away from where it was created.

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