So you're looking for an interactive murder mystery party game for 11 to 25 guests?
Great - you've come to the right place!
This page contains several murder mystery games, so to make it a little simpler, here are three of the best-selling games.
Casino Fatale - Spies and underworld deals at a fabulous Parisian casino - for 15 to 30 guests, plus one host.
Hollywood Lies - a modern-day murder mystery set in Tinseltown. For 16-32 guests, plus one host. (Includes a kid-friendly version.)
Way out West - A Wild West murder mystery game for 10 to 24 guests, plus one host. (Includes a version suitable for kids.)
Arabian Nights - Join us in the ancient middle eastern kindom of Ardalan. For 18 to 25 people.
The Auction - Bid for the von Munchen relics in this modern-day game for 12-40 people.
Bludgeoned on Broadway - 1947 Broadway theatrics for 8 to 13 guests, plus one host.
Cudham Riding Club - Trade horses and place bets in this modern murder mystery game for 14-40 people.
Curse of the Pharaoh - Set in the Egyptian desert in 1894. For 6 to 19 guests, plus one host.
Dazzled to Death - Set in 1948, a glamorous cocktail party goes wrong. For 12 to 14 guests, plus one host.
Davy Jones' Locker - it's 1785 and the pirate Blackheart is dead! For 10 to 15 guests, plus one host.
A Dead Man's Chest - Pirates in the Caribbean! For 12-16 guests, plus one host.
Death on the Gambia - Venture into the heart of the Dark Continent in 1939. For 8 to 11 guests, plus one host.
The Final Curtain - Disaster strikes the Littledean Theatre Company in 1926. For 7 to 20 people.
Happy Birthday RJ - A 1980s murder mystery game set in the world of Texan oil barons. For 11 to 15 guests, plus one host.
A Heroic Death - a superhero murder mystery for 8 to 12 guests, plus one host.
The Karma Club - set in a hippy commune in 1969. For 10 to 14 guests, plus one host.
The Last Gasp - A Victorian murder mystery game for 14-40 people.
Lei'd to Rest - Set at a luau on Hawaii. For 6 to 12 guests, plus one host.
Murder at Sea - Spies and international intrigue on a cruise liner in 1914 for 17-33 guests, plus one host.
Snow Business - A skiing holiday in the French Alps turns sour... For 10 to 12 guests, plus one host.
A Speakeasy Murder - a 1920s Prohibition speakeasy for 15 to 32 guests, plus one host.
Spellbound - A magical mystery set in the Tremaine School of Magic. For 13 to 17 guests, plus one or two hosts.
The Spy Who Killed Me - it's 1965 and there's murder at an Oxbridge college. For 14 to 18 guests, and one host.
Under the Big Top - A circus murder mystery game for 12-15 guests, plus one host.
Who Shot the Sheriff - a Wild West murder mystery game for 12 to 15 guests, plus one host.
In general, I recommend that you choose a party game so that you can more-or-less fill it.
The games generally play better if you have more people rather than less, so for example, if you only had 14 people for your party, I would choose The Final Curtain or Way out West rather than The Last Gasp or The Auction.
The following games are ideal for more conservative groups as they don't contain references to drugs and there are fewer shady characters than in the other games.
(Of course, I can't guarantee that someone won't find something in one of the games offensive - these games include murder after all. You know your guests and must use your own judgement.)
The Final Curtain - Disaster strikes the Littledean Theatre Company in 1926. For 7 to 14 people.
Hollywood Lies - a modern-day murder mystery set in Tinseltown. For 16-32 guests, plus one host.
Way out West A Wild West murder mystery game for 10 to 24 guests, plus one host.
Alternatively, if you're looking for kids games, click here.
Here's my suggested quick route through the site:
Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.
Step 2 - Review the Tips for Hosts for helpful advice.
Step 3 - If you want to keep up to date with the latest murder mystery game news, click on my What's New page.
Step 4 - Once you've had your party - tell me how it went! Click here to tell me your murder mystery party story.
Mar 21, 17 02:58 PM
I want to do a surprise game for a group of about 50-60 where only 15 people know about it and they can have some of the more detailed characters but the
Mar 06, 17 03:36 PM
Does the Speakeasy Murder game have infidelity or affairs as part of the plot? I'm trying to avoid that in the game I choose. My response: Yes, A Speakeasy
Mar 01, 17 02:16 PM
I'd love to host a murder mystery dinner for my birthday on March 14th. I'm intrigued by Happy birthday RJ (because it is both a birthday party and takes