You check into a seedy hotel and discover halfway through the night that it is made up entirely of thirteenth floors missing from other hotels.
You ask around for clues and are told that there is a door to a different dimension somewhere in the building.
The door is marked with a puzzle box with a strange symbol on it.
Your group heads off to find the door and meets up with a man named George, a hotel employee who is obsessed with puzzles.
He gives the group a puzzle box to go find the door in.
You are also given an old looking desk lamp with the words “In the darkest place, a person can see” etched on it.
You get up early in the morning and head out into the alleyways and alleys of the city.
You walk a few blocks until you come to a dumpster that is located in an alley with the words “The darkest place, a person can see” etched on it.
You grab the box and walk back to the door in the dumpster, when you open the box you find that it is a false door with a false keypad.
The real keypad is behind the door you just found, in the hotel.
You enter the room, finding a bathroom and a black cat that is very talkative.
He tells you that he is in the dumpster because he was caught by a raccoon who was stealing his food.
The cat tells you that he thinks he is going to starve to death because his food keeps disappearing.
You try to get the cat out of the room, but it is too big.
So you walk out of the room, closing the door behind you.
The door in the dumpster starts to glow, and you hear a voice from behind you.
It is R. B. Wolf and he tells you that you are trapped in a dimension, and you have to help him with a puzzle box that is in his room.
You open the box, and find a cube that is made out of glass.
You ask Wolf if you can come in and help with the box.
He says yes, and tells you to sit down and have a drink.
He goes to the kitchen, gets a drink and comes back with the cube in his hand.
He tells you to slide it under the door, and when you do the door opens up to reveal a number pad on a white board.
You slide the cube under the door, and it glows and a square shows up on the board.
You touch the square with the cube and you are teleported to a casino, where you find a bunch of people gambling with a deck of cards.
You decide to play with them.
You have the option to pick up the cards and play, or to go through the deck.
Each player has five cards to draw from.
When you go through the deck, your hand is filled with more cards.
You then go through the deck again and pick up the cards you were given.
You pick up five cards, and the deck shows you a choice.
You choose the card that was up before you chose, and your hand fills up again with more cards.
You choose again, and you go through the deck again and pick up a card.
Your hand fills up again with more cards.
You pick again, and choose the card you were given, and your hand fills up with more cards.
A young couple are driving home after the wedding of a mutual friend. They pass under a full moon, and the wife turns to the husband and says, “I can see you very clearly in the moonlight. You look like a god.” “That’s because I am.” she replies.
A man is on trial for murder.
The defense attorney asks, “Did you not tell your wife that you killed your first wife because she was jealous of her?” The defendant replies, “I did tell her that, and she believed it.”
“Did you tell her that you killed your second wife because she wanted to take your money?” The defendant replies, “Yes, I did tell her that.”
“Did you tell her that you killed your third wife because she was a witch?” The defendant replies, “‘