Choosing the right all-male game

by Udaya shankar
(saratoga, ca, usa)

we have about 20 to 25 people (all male) meeting. I need your help in choosing a good murder mystery game. Can we talk briefly?

My phone number is xxx xxx xxxx

Udaya

My response:

While I'm happy to respond to questions and queries in email (or this way), I'm afraid I can't do phone calls. If nothing else, I'm based in the UK and calls are expensive.

I think the main challenge with an all-male game is that most games are designed for a mix of genders - the only exception I can think of is Hollywood Lies, which is completely gender neutral.

Click here to learn more about Hollywood Lies.

Of course, if your guests don't mind playing the opposite sex, then you can choose any of the games!

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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.

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