AWARD-WINNING: Game and Toy Awards 2020 from Popular Mechanics

Communication game that works over video chat and in the classroom.

Decipher ancient symbols using creative clues.

Play and win as a team at the difficulty level of your choice.

Everything you need to play ready to go.

Dry-erase markers, large cards, gorgeous art, all in a neat magnetic lid box.
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The Lost Language


  • Ages 8 and up
  • 2 or more players
  • 30 minutes

with art by Micaela Dawn

Ok, if you haven't already, y'all should DEFINITELY add Rosetta The Lost Language to your list of must-haves!
Never Bored Gaming
This game felt familiar in certain ways... while being completely different and fresh.
Jon Gets Games
I'm a huge fan of Rosetta, and if you're a big language nerd like me... this one might be worth checking out!
What's Eric Playing
Rosetta: The Lost Language is a co-operative judgement game for two or more players.

In the game, players take on the role of experts who try to understand the written language of the author, a player who represents a lost individual, community, or civilization. The author assigns meaning to an inscription that is written in a fictional script, and the experts must figure out what that meaning is. The experts choose a word as a guess, and the author translates it into the given script, informing their understanding of the writing system. This goes back and forth until the experts give a word that is translated into the original inscription. The number of guesses represents a score, with players seeking the lowest score possible.

What's In The Box

  • 10 location cards
  • 20 inscription cards
  • 6 double-sided ability cards
  • 1 dry-erase meaning card
  • 9 dry-erase guess cards
  • 2 dry-erase markers
  • Rulebook with gameplay examples
  • Box with magnetic folding lid
Press Kit
Inscription, Location, and a Guess card that says Death from Rosetta: The Lost Language on a dark table.
The component of the board game Rosetta: The Lost Language laid out on a white table.
A players points at an Ability card from the board game Rosetta: The Lost Language.