La Fuga de Casanova
Casanova is notoriously known for his love affairs, but what few people know is that besides being a great writer and composer he was also an international spy working for both Italy and France.
Working as a spy for two countries at the same time brought him many political problems, so he continuously moved throughout Europe until the late XVIII century when he arrived in Madrid. Here, he met a woman with whom he spent a couple of weeks before getting arrested, and to whom he left his secret documents.
These documents have passed through many generations. The last person guarding them was a member of our organization, Mr. Rombo. The bad news is that it has been 20 days since the last time we heard from him, and his neighbor has also noticed he is gone and has called the police.
Mr. Rombo, who was very concerned about security, left a complex system of encryption so that recovering the documents would not be an easy task. You have 60 minutes to find the Casanova's secret papers before the police catch you red-handed.
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