Looking for a theme party idea?
Great - you've come to the right place!
Themes turn an ordinary party into a special occaison - and with good costumes you can really create a fantasic atmosphere.
And as you'd imagine, there are plenty of themed murder mystery games...
1920s murder mystery parties: Parties set in the roaring twenties - a time of flappers, gangsters and Bright Young Things.
Christmas murder mystery parties: Festive parties suited to Christmas.
Female only murder mystery party games: Women only - no men allowed!
Halloween murder mystery party games: Spooky murder mystery games ideal for Halloween.
A Murderous Year: Murder mystery parties for annual holidays such as Valentine's Day, St Patrick's Day and the like.
Murder mystery games suitable for fund raisers: Large murder mystery games ideal for fund raisers.
Nautical murder mystery parties: Parties set aboard ships of all sorts.
Pirate Parties: Arrr, shiver me timbers!
Theatrical murder mystery games. Actors, actresses, directors and producers. Lights! Camera! Murder!
Wild West: Murder mystery parties set in the American Wild West!
Victorian themed murder mystery parties: Parties set during the reign of Queen Victoria.
Spellbound is a magical mystery party set in the Tremaine school for wizards. Find out what happened to Professor Bennet! For 13 to 17 guests, plus one host.
A Heroic Death is a superhero themed murder mystery party for 8 to 12 guests, plus one host.
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.
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.
Feb 17, 21 02:43 PM
I'd like to host a murder mystery game as an office team building...all women, not much time for elaborate costumes, 22 of us. Would that work and which