Can you write a game for me?

by Carley
(England)

One of my friends hosted the Cudham Riding Club party and it was fantastic. I would really love to do the same kind of thing! The only problem is that half the people i want to invite have attended the above party! I would really like to have a party based on the similar sort of thing but involving racehorses. Characters such as racehorse trainers, owners, stables lads, gold diggers and so on. I was wondering if you could make or design a party along the similar lines.

My response:

Hi Carly,

I'm really pleased that you enjoyed Cudham Riding Club and I wish there was another horse-racing murder mystery game to offer to you, but sadly Cudham Riding Club is the only one.

I don't know of anyone who writes the games to order (I don't, I'm afraid). The games are a lot of work and if you did get someone to write one, it would likely cost a lot of money.

I suggest you look at one of the other murder mystery games such as The Auction or The Last Gasp - they're just as much fun as Cudham Riding Club.

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coooolest know bcoz you want me name

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