Commercial license for Wild West game

by Kim

I own a bar and want to host a saloon/poker type mystery set in the old west. I didn't see a game like that on your site.

Do you have any recommendations? By the way, your site was extremely helpful! I'm definitely a beginner at this!

My response:

Thanks for the kind words about Great Murder Mystery Games.

I suggest that you take a look at Way out West as it's set in a saloon in the old west. Just what you need.

Please note that if you are planning to run it commercially (ie, to make money), then you will need to get a commercial license for the game from the publishers, Freeform Games (although I can help with that if you contact me via the comments or my contact page).

Click here to find out more about Way out West.

And here I talk about various options for running murder mystery games commercially. (The note about commercial licenses is towards the bottom.)

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