You don't have to have prizes at the end of your murder mystery game - but they are a lot of fun.
Examples of prizes that you might award in a murder mystery game might include:
The prizes themselves might be a simple certificate (you can get these from office suppliers), a box of chocolates, bottle of wine - or something more suited to the game itself.
For example, in The Last Gasp the player who has the most money at the end of the game wins a prize.
However, those who start out with money aren't eligible for the prize. If you want everyone to be eligible, you could calculate how much everyone has increased their wealth by. So if you end the game with £200 but started with nothing, you've done better than someone who ends the game with £300 but starts with £400. (This does require a small amount of maths - but not much.)
When it comes to deciding who wins a prize, my preference is to let everyone vote for them.
If I am including prizes in my murder mystery game I therefore include a voting form in each character envelope, and at the end of the game the guests hand them in for counting - and then it's prize-giving time.
Prizes add a fun element to a murder mystery party and can help draw the event to a satisfactory close.
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.
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