Hosting an event

by Mari
(Bronx, New York)

Hello, I loved your site and I was wondering if I can do this for an org that I belong to. Our org raises money to help those in financial needs and hardships in our community. I was thinking of doing a mystery murder/comedy with some members as the cast and open invited to the community. Is this possible?

My response:

Yes - it is very possible. By the sound of it, you want something like the Mysteries-on-the-Net games as they have several "core" characters and everyone else is a detective.

You will need their permission, though.

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

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