Shiver me timbers!
These pirate parties will have you walking the plank, splicing the mainbrace (or whatever it is that one "splices") and dressing in outlandishly fantastic costumes and speaking in outrageous accents.
Set in 18th century Caribbean, A Dead Man's Chest takes place on the sleepy island of Santa Oloroso as rival pirate crews race to discover the location of Captain Flint's treasure - and uncover his murderer.
A Dead Man's Chest is for 12 to 16 guests (plus the host) and is published by Freeform Games.
It is 1785, and Abel "Blackheart" Read , the Caribbean's most nefarious pirate, has been captured and hung.
Tonight, the Libra, departs from Tortuga on its journey to St. Augustine, Florida.
For some of its passengers, this will prove to be a profitable journey. For others, Tortuga may be the last dry land they ever see...
Davy Jones' Locker is for 10 to 12 guests (plus the host), and is published by Freeform Games LLP.
Pirate Island is something slightly different - it's not a murder mystery party game but is instead a pirate-themed interactive party. Pirate ships have gathered off a small Caribbean island to take part in the Pirate Games and quest for treasure.
Whoever wins the most doubloons is the winner!
Pirate Island is for 6 to 32 pirates and is suitable aged 8 and up (it's great for adults as well!) and is published by Freeform Games LLP.
Reunion with Death - a lockdown murder mystery for 6-9 players played using online video chat. Click here for more details.
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.
Jul 10, 21 02:31 PM
Murder mystery team games for up to 300 guests!
Jun 18, 21 05:51 AM
Are the scripts set up so that the murderer is not always the same person allowing you to play more than once with the same group of friends? My response:
Jun 10, 21 02:00 PM
I am a teacher of Law in a school in the UK. I would be really interestede in running a murder mystery game in 4 weeks time as part of our student enrichment.