These murder mystery games are all set in the 1920s and are ideal for anyone wanting to recreate the era of the flappers, gangsters and prohibition.
The 1920s . . . flappers, gangers, Bright Young Things and more.
It was a great age for parties - and a great time to set a murder mystery party.
These twenties murder mystery parties are all set during the 1920s - in either England or the USA.
They are ideal for people who love dressing up in period costumes!
Actor Vincent Royle has died mysteriously on stage - and Scotland Yard believes it's murder. However, the show must go on and Littledown Theatre Company are called together to celebrate Vincent's life and also to answer questions posted by Inspector Blewitt.
As a member of the cast or crew, you will find yourself in the middle of treachery, blackmail and murder.
The Final Curtain is for 7 to 14 people and costs £24.99 from Murder Mystery Games Ltd.
Welcome to Fat Stan's Speakeasy - and there's been a murder!
Poor Scabface Martins has been gunned down by a masked hoodlum in a long black cloak.
As the owner, an employee or a customer - you will find yourself in the middle of a 1920s speakeasy murder!
A Speakeasy Murder is for 15 to 32 guests (plus one host) and costs $49.99 from Freeform Games.
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.
Sep 15, 18 11:28 AM
I'm looking for a murder mystery game for 14 people (including the host) to be played in my house, and Dazzled to Death looks the best fit so far... This
Aug 12, 18 10:16 AM
can you advise approx how long the Death on the Gambia game takes? We have a 3 hour limit in the venue.....Thanks My response: Death on the Gambia takes
May 30, 18 03:16 AM
I'm planning a party for approximately 40 guests. About 10 or more of the guests will not want to play characters. Do you have a game that can accommodate