Who should I send my game to

I have written and successfully hosted my first Murder Mystery Game. Setting is in a hotel on a Greek island. One of the eight assembled group has murdered the owner of the hotel. All the group has secrets and lots to hide but only one has carried out this crime.

My response:

Congratulations on creating your first murder mystery game. If you want to sell it to a publisher, then you need to find the right publisher - they all have house styles and you need to find one that your game already suits.

(For example, don't send a turn-based game to Freeform Games, as their games are very different.)

Or you could sell your game through host-party.com

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Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.

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