naughty but fun murder mystery games

Some murder mystery games aren't suited for conservative groups...

Enjoying Curse of the PharaohCurse of the Pharaoh - a naughty but fun murder mystery

naughty but fun

This page lists murder mystery party games that are not for the easily offended - they’re naughty but fun.

So if you are inviting Aunt Marge, the or local church group, or anyone else of a sensitive disposition, then please look away!

Cudham Riding Club - for 14-40 players. The characters are perhaps the worst-behaved group of characters of any of the murder mystery games here and have indulged in some truly awful behaviour: adultery, fraud, coercion, blackmail, theft, cocaine-abuse and other skulduggery.

Curse of the Pharaoh - for 6-19 players (and a host) and set on an archaeological dig in Egypt. Contains occult themes and dark Egyptian magic!

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