Like, totally! Hosting this super silly '80s murder mystery party will result in a hilarious evening for 8-18+ players, ages 14+. 40 unique players with both expansion packs (17F, 20M, 3E), can be expanded to over 70 guests (see below for how to host a large party with this game).
Note: this game was revised on 9/6/18 to remove the Wee Pee Vermon character and replace with Dave Bouie.
Polly Abdool is hosting a totally tubular album release party for her friend, Debbie Gribson, at a posh VIP Beverly Hills club. Debbie Gribson is a top international pop idol who is releasing her new album, Eclectic Youth! She is simultaneously releasing a new fragrance line of the same name! The guest list is stock full of big name celebrity guests who will undoubtedly hit the scene in outrageous '80s fashion! You are on the guest list and have received your invitation. There are a few names on the guest list that you dread having to be around for the night, but you wouldn't mind the exposure. This is where your story begins...
In addition to the fun 1980s murder mystery party game, there are fun bonus games! Bonus games may differ from the downloadable version.
Here's the breakdown of how to host a large game (see character lists below for details):
18 unique players from the main game.
10 unique players from expansion pack #1
6 unique players from expansion pack #2
6 unique players from expansion pack #3.
10 duplicate valley girl/boy characters led by Muffy Bangles (5) and Buff Biffman (5) see main game character list
20 duplicate valley girl/boy characters led by Muffy Bangles (10) and Buff Biffman (10) see main game character list
30 duplicate valley girl/boy characters led by Muffy Bangles (15) and Buff Biffman (15) see main game character list
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Ha ha ha ha ha - that's what we did all night. Fab time had by my group. Unknown
Sep 18th 2017
Definitely get the kit
I'm a long time host with this company and this game was fantastic (as always - the mysteries are all so different and fun).
I'd suggest getting the kit - I've always elected for the download and DIY, but it seems like a lot of cash to give up for this, but it's worth it. Unknown
Oct 30th 2016