These murder mystery games are set during the reign of Queen Victoria, and are essentially "British" in character.
They are an ideal theme party idea - just add guests and costumes for a great party.
It's 1984 and Sir William Saville is throwing a dinner party to celebrate his latest discovery - a previously undiscovered Egyptian tomb. However, one of his diggers has been murdered...
Egyptian magic, artefact smuggling and an ancient curse - it all happens in Curse of the Pharaoh.
Curse of the Pharaoh is for 6 to 19 guests (plus the host), and costs £30.00 from Freeform Games LLP.
It is New Year's Eve 1899 and George Sweet plans to leave the country before his wicked and dissolute past catches up with him. Before he goes, he is holding one last party - "The Last Gasp."
Invited to it are all the people who have suffered as a result of his appalling behaviour - he is determined to use his party to make up for past mistakes. At least, that's the plan...
Captains, Doctors, Dames - even Queen Victoria herself - characters of all sorts have been invited to The Last Gasp. Who will you be?
The Last Gasp is for 12 to 40 people and costs £29.99 from Murder Mystery 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.
Mar 08, 19 02:42 PM
I am holding a murder mystery fundraiser. I currently have 25 confirmed but this number is likely to rise. I am looking at Murder at Sea. It looks like
Mar 05, 19 03:31 PM
I would like to buy A Speakeasy Murder but would just like to check something with you first please. We will have about 22 guests and I’m wondering if
Mar 04, 19 03:38 PM
I work for our public library and we have been doing Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Parties for over six years and this summer we wanted one that coordinates