ABOUT
THE MURDER MYSTERY GAME

Our games are designed around a randomly-selected Murderer. That way, you can play it over and over, perhaps with a different selection from the characters, and have a satisfying conclusion.

The game can accommodate 4+ players and the characters can be used in any combination.

Within each download kit you will receive the following;

Host Guide, Detective Scripts & Audio Files, Character Guides & Costume Suggestions, Game Evidence and Invitations

Round 1 - GETTING TO KNOW THE PLAYERS

During this round all players will get the opportunity to introduce their characters. This can be read from the script or improvised for those who are more comfortable with their acting skills.

In most games there is also a rumours round allowing characters to test their improvisational skills further and spread some dirt about other characters.

Round 2 - Motive

During this round you will use the detectives script or audio files to assist you further in the case.

You will get to quiz players and review evidence to narrow down your suspects.

This round includes script but can be improvised should there be players who are more comfortable.

Round 3 - method

During this round you will find out more about how the crime was committed.

You will again get to quiz players and review evidence to narrow down your suspects.

This round includes scripts but can be improvised should there be players who are more comfortable.

Round 4 - opportunity

Utilising further information from the detective including more evidence you will find out who had the opportunity the carry out the crime.

You will again get to quiz players and review evidence to narrow down your suspects.

This round includes scripts but can be improvised should there be players who are more comfortable.

Accusation Round

This is the time you get to prepare an accusation of whodunit and why. Using your improv skills you can keep this as brief or as detailed as you want.

Final Statements

Now you will finally find out whodunit.

Each player will have a guilty or innocent script to either read from or improvise.

Let the guilty confess!