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1950s Murder Mystery Party Game

It's 1956 in Winter Springs, an idyllic town that is the personification of the 'dream life', with white picket fences line the streets, behind which live the happiest families! At least, that's what the residents of Winter Springs would have you believe...

Death By Chocolate Murder Mystery Party Game

World-famous chocolatier Olivier Venesse is an enigmatic man. Renowned for not only his chocolate, but also for his mysterious ability to change the lives of those who taste his wares, getting an audience with Olivier Venesse was a difficult process. Not only was he choosy about those he worked with, he also had a habit of disappearing for months at a time. Inevitably he would emerge from wherever he had been and begin working with clients once again. But tonight, his work will come to an end for good, as he has been found drowned in his own chocolate at his own retirement party!

Garden Party Murder Mystery Party Game

In the quiet town of Christie's Leigh, right next to the historic local church, sits Belladonna Manor. Having sat empty for years, Belladonna Manor is a mystery to the residents of Christie's Leigh. Prickly, high garden walls keep prying eyes from learning its secrets - and Belladonna Manor has plenty of secrets!

A Steampunk Murder Mystery Party

A Steampunk style murder Mystery set in 1857 where steam power rules, from the upper echelons of society to the gutters of London's Old Town. Can accommodate an unlimited number of players as sleuths or investigators. Instant download materials!

The Birthday Party Murder Mystery Game

This "clean" murder mystery takes place at a birthday party with an unspecified venue and birthday honouree, which makes it perfect for any birthday party scenario! Flexible enough to fit into your unique party with an easy, fun and yet still compelling storyline.

The Ad Man Murder Mystery Party Game

Liquor, cigarettes and betrayal... it's time for the AdAge Convention at The Jury's Inn, gathering the top advertising reps of the 1960's in the same city. It doesn't matter how they spin this - murder is never good publicity.

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