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A Boardwalk 1920's Murder Mystery Party game for 8-12 guests - 8 required and 4 optional. The roaring twenties murder mystery party game is set at the height of prohibition on the 1920's Boardwalk at the Karlton Ritz Hotel. Choose to host this '20s murder mystery party game if you are up for loads of blackmail, deceit, intertwining relationships and murder - all in a fun flapper & gangster themed murder mystery party! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees! Easy to host, easy to prepare.
Note: this game was updated on 5/30/17. If you've purchased the game in the last year, you may download the newest version from your account.
It is 1927, and the mob scene is prospering in major cities across the United States with rum running, loan sharking, protection rackets, speakeasies, and gaming halls. In order for the underground to reach supremacy as a unified crime faction, crime bosses from Atlantic City, New York City and Chicago have agreed to establish The Commission during a gathering known as the Atlantic City Conference. The Commission is set to be a governing body that will oversee all mob organizations in the country. Various opinions have been made known on how The Commission should be run, and who will be the boss of all bosses. Some high ranking officials are adamantly against the idea, which has led to preemptive hostility. Nonetheless, the crime bosses have agreed to conduct themselves with integrity at the conference. An unbreakable truce has been put into effect.
Nuggy Jones from Atlantic City has agreed to host the conference at his residence and place of business, the Karlton Ritz Hotel on the Boardwalk. Mobsters from the biggest families will be arriving in Atlantic City very soon. This is where your story begins…
|Minimum age:||16 years (due to prohibition content of bootlegging, illegal gambling, speakeasies)|
|# of players:||8-12 players|
|Expansion packs:||12 players, 12 players|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
We recently hosted our first murder mystery. It was a last minute decision, but we were able to get 12 of our closest friends to the house to host the party. The whole purpose was to have a great evening getting into our roles and enjoy each others company. What everyone in the game didn't realize is we were about to announce we were having a baby. We used the awards time to make the announcement! It was amazing!
The on-line kit was easy to understand and provide all information necessary as the host and for the individual players. This will not be our last, and we have friends that have already purchased a different game for another weekend party. Branden on Apr 12th 2019
Hosted a murder mystery party for a group of 16 year olds and all had a blast!! Would definitely host another as it was very easy to follow the given directions for a hilarious and eventful night! Unknown on Mar 24th 2019
We did this just as a little get together! It was a great kit for for some of my guests who had never done one before, and still fun for those of us who had done a few! It was our first time using this company and I'm sure we will use more in the future. I really liked the recipe ideas and games that came along with the main mystery! And it was a pretty difficult mystery, most of our guests didn't know who the murderer was! I also liked that you didn't know if you were the killer until the end of the game. I feel like with other games when you know you work really hard to try to hide that you are, but i didn't have to worry about that. I highly recommend this game! Unknown on Aug 30th 2018
I completely recommend this product. I did a ton of research and this one fit our needs well. As host, I wanted to participate too, and I was able to put the game together without spoiling the surprise for myself. (I ended up being the murderer, which was pretty hilarious -
was very surprised.) It took some organizing ahead of time but the instructions were very clear. We played with a large (20 people) and diverse group of friends and they really got into it. When the final solutions were read, there were lots of gasps and pointed fingers. Super fun! Unknown on Mar 7th 2018