More and more murder mystery parties are being produced each year, and quite a few have been written to celebrate special dates throughout the year.
So here's my murder mystery calendar.
Hollywood Lies is a movie-themed murder mystery game set during a post-award party. Click here to learn more about Hollywood Lies.
Love Writes a Deadly Verse - A poetic murder mystery for Valentine's Day for 10 to 50 people. (The large-group version caters for 100+.) Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
Murder Most Green - A St Patrick's Day game for 8 to 24 people. Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
Death Plays a Role - Both theatrical and Irish, this murder mystery is ideal for both St Patrick's Day festivities and the dramatically inclined. For 8 to 40 people. Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
Lurking down the Bunny Trail - An Easter murder mystery game for 6 to 40 people. Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
I Loathe a Parade is a 4 July game for 6 to 24 people. Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
Here's the official website for Talk Like a Pirate Day, and here are some pirate games.
Halloween is always a popular time for murder mystery parties.
Christmas is another popular time for parties.
Murder Plays a Sour Note - A New Year's Eve game for 8 to 80 people. Click here to go to the Mysteries on the Net site and learn more.
If you know of a game I can add to my murderous calendar, please let me know. You can contact me here.
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.
Nov 01, 19 04:41 PM
We're a bunch of colleagues going out at Christmas and I'd like to organise some kind of murder mystery game for some entertainment. I've hosted murder
Oct 03, 19 01:24 PM
Hi Steve- Mo recommended asking you for suggestions if games that are the most similar to your free form type games. We’ve tried others but like those
Sep 25, 19 02:06 PM
I paid for a game but it is WAY more complicated than I would have liked and there is no way this is going to work for my party. I am looking for a refund.