Mansion/Elite Society

Murder at the Winery Murder Mystery Party Game – Gateway

In a remote area of Italy, high above a hill, sits Girato Nel Buio Winery. To celebrate their third year releasing the special vintage "Organo", they are holding a tasting, to which some of the industry's elite have been invited. But just before the tasting can commence, a man is found murdered in the cellars! Who killed him and why? Things, and people, are not who they seem!

The Sly Mr. Foxx Interactive Mingle Murder Mystery Party Game – Gateway!

A Great Gatsby-esque murder mystery party set in a mansion in the Roaring 20's. Find out who killed Dahlia Sparrow, but also the identity of The Sly Mr. Foxx and his mysterious reasons for inviting such a strange mix of people to his private party this evening!

The Mysterious Affair At Stirling Hall Murder Mystery Party – Gateway!

Jane Austen and Downton Abbey have nothing on Stirling Hall! A murder mystery set in old day Britain, perfect for a Victorian, Regency/Georgian or Edwardian-themed party!

Murder at the Bourbon Club 1950’s Hollywood Murder Mystery Party Game Gateway!

A Vintage Hollywood murder mystery party set in a smoky jazz club. Classic Hollywood-type characters are the suspects - but which one is the murderer?

The Phantom of the Auction House – Gateway!

The perfect mystery for any party! Two mysteries to solve - the identity of the killer and the mystery of the enigmatic Phantom!

The Getty Affair Murder Mystery Party Game Gateway!

A mansion... a millionaire with a stash of uncut diamonds somewhere in his house... a controversial will. and a house full of people who want him dead... it was only a matter of time, really, before Getty got murdered. The perfect mystery for any occasion!

The Masquerade Murder Mystery Party Game – Gateway

The Da Vinci Code of murder mystery parties! Set in St. Mark's Library in Venice and available in co-ed or all-female versions, determine why the librarian was murdered, what it has to do with the real-life Antikythera Mechanism, and whether the "key" to decoding the device is just a myth!