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Downloadable 1970's Disco Murder Mystery Dinner Party Games for adults: Panic at the House of Groove Discotheque: A Groovy '70s Murder Mystery Party for 8-14 Guests, ages 15 and up! With the purchase of the expansion packs #1-2, there are 26 unique players (14F, 12M) available for this game. This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees, as there is nothing to be shipped. Everything you need is included in the instant download! Easy to host, easy to prepare. If you prefer to have the boxed set, click below to have My Mystery Party staff prepared your kit (under helpful links).
Note: this game was updated on 11/10/17. If you've purchased the game license within the last year, simply go to your account to download the new file.
The House of Groove Discotheque is hosting the annual Disco Fever Contest! Groovy cats and foxy mamas from miles around will flock to the disco for a chance to compete with the in crowd of famous celebs, musicians, entrepreneurs, and athletes.
You’re ready to boogie, as you’ve practiced your groovy moves all year for this competition. You can’t wait to show off your best moves to the judges while wearing far out disco threads. There are rumors; however, that certain dance duos have been in turmoil. Scandals are surfacing among some contestants. You hope this drama doesn’t interfere with your chance to shake your groove thing on the dance floor.
This is where your story begins, be there or be square.
|Minimum age:||16 years|
|# of players:||8-14 players|
|Expansion pack:||6 players in expansion #1, 6 players in expansion pack #2|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
LOVED this! It was so fun! The characters all got into it and I thought the pre-party conversations were a great added touch! It really helped get everyone excited for it!
Unknown on Jan 6th 2020
We did this for New Years Eve and it worked so well! We set up out basement as House of Groove Discotheque and we had a disco ball, dance floor and all the lights and music from the 70's. The costumes were fabulous. The characters were great! The mystery went well... my only complaint was it was a little complicated and we had used all 14 characters... At the reveal, we only had 2 that guessed the murderer. This is the 1st murder mystery we have done. I would have liked it a little simpler and maybe the murderer should know he is the murderer in the second round instead of at the end....but overall it was a great time JUDY LAVOIE on Jan 5th 2020
Seems simple enough and all my daughters friends are thrilled to be invited to the murder mystery disco. We are requiring costumes. The kit comes with recipes for appetizers to serve and all included props are very nice. I think it’s well worth the price! Wendy on Sep 18th 2019
My young adult daughters hosted a party and played Panic at the Disco. (They had previously hosted parties and played Ravenwood Masquerade Murder Mystery, Murder at the Grand Gatsby, and East Side Story.) Just like the three parties before, everyone had a great time! We had a disco ball and two multi-colored, spinning light bulbs (that worked so much better than the colored light set that we tested out beforehand). They played bonus games and gave prizes to the best guy costume, best girl costume, first person to correctly guess whudunnit (first person who turns in their investigation sheet with the right answer), and best dance group to each member of the dance group for the bonus dance game. Adding the dancing has definitely taken our murder mystery parties to the next level! I love hearing all the laughter. I recommend hosts use a mic when making announcements and guests use a mic when making accusations. MMP's Biggest Fans on Aug 16th 2019