1920's speakeasy - what's the setup/layout?

I'm helping a friend of mine to host a murder mystery party for her birthday. She doesn't want to know the details of the story etc so I've been tasked with finding the party. I would just like a little more idea about how the 1920's speakeasy game, A Speakeasy Murder, actually works?

I've only ever done murder mysteries where there's a team of actors and the audience watch and ask questions after or ones with friends where we each have roles and play in rounds receiving new clues each round. This party sounds super exciting but just want to know what I'm letting myself in for before I go for it!

Thanks in advance!

My response:

I'm not exactly sure what it is that you need answering, so I suggest you start with the FAQ, in particular this question: "What are interactive murder mystery parties".

You might also find these tips for players useful.

Once you've read those, let me know if you have any specific questions! (You can do that in the comments to this page, below.)

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Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.

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