Catch a Killer | Nevermore Strangler Party Pack
The Catch a Killer case file mystery games are a one of a kind experience. Unlike our other mystery games, the Catch a Killer games are not role-playing and may be played solo or with a group. Instead, you step into the shoes of a famous criminal psychologist, Dr. Gold, and help solve whodunit by sleuthing a case file full of evidence such as videos, coroner's reports, suspect profiles, and more. This will provide you with hours of entertainment (~3-5 hours). This is a case of a serial killer - therefore, it is intense!
No annoying subscription required - solve the case in one setting.
This game is for ages 16 and up for difficulty and dark content (it's a serial killer), and may be played solo or with a group of any size. This game is not for novices - only choose this game if you're in for a challenge and serious sleuthing!
There will be 5 required videos to play during the game consisting of 3 videos from Detective Rue and 2 witness interviews. There will be some audio tracks that are required, as well. You can download the videos and tracks from your account upon purchase, stream from YouTube or Vimeo, or download from Vimeo. The videos/tracks are able to be downloaded prior to the game - so no WiFi is needed to host the game. There is a corresponding website at Your Mystery Party that goes along with the game, as well - but does not have to be used to play the game. It is helpful, however. Check all links to websites and passwords, as well as video files before your event if you are hosting this with other people. Since there are a lot of moving parts, you don't want any technical difficulties bogging you down.
PLAY SOLO OR AS A GROUP: there is a lot of flexibility on how to play this game. You can play by yourself and solve the case in one night or spread out the fun and intrigue over time and work on the case at your leisure. You can take your time and spread out the fun over multiple nights – this is a challenging game.
Alternatively, you can host a party (or two or three) and solve the case as a group. There are two ways to play with a group:
- Work together as an investigative team. Don’t move on with the case unless everyone agrees or at least debates the issues until you have an agreement (or you agree to disagree).
- Work together on the investigation but have each player (or smaller teams of players) submit an individual guess of whodunit. The materials will be available to the group equally, but each player (or team) will take notes and come to conclusions independently. They can discuss the case, but with a competitive edge. You can declare winners after the solution is presented.
- Click here for the instant download - download and play right now!
- Direct your guests to the corresponding pre-game invitation site at 'Your Mystery Party' Playing solo? Just check out the site before you play!
YOUR GAME WILL BE WRAPPED IN BLACK PLASTIC WITH RED EVIDENCE TAPE SEALING THE CASE FILE. IT INCLUDES:
VIDEO FILES - AVAILABLE VIA PRIVATELY LINKS ON YOUTUBE AND VIMEO. DOWNLOADABLE FROM VIMEO.
- Detective Rue's 48 hour video (round one)
- 2 witness videos (round one, round two)
- 2 audio tracks (given as videos - 1 in round one, 1 in round two)
- Detective Rue's 72 hour video (round two)
- Detective Rue's solution video
- A password-protected website at YourMysteryParty.com containing additional evidence and links to the videos at Your Mystery Party.
PRINTED MATERIALS - PREPARED IN A 48 HOUR ENVELOPE, 72 HOUR ENVELOPE, AND A SOLUTION ENVELOPE.
- Dr. Gold's notebook to take case file notes.
- Bic Mystery investigation pen
- Bic highlighter
- List of suspects
- Person of Interest forms (6)
- Victim Files. Including:
- Narrative Reports (for all victims of the strangler) by detectives
- Victims' Identification Forms (Forms A121-B)
- Coroner’s Reports (autopsies)
- Crime Lab Reports – Fingerprint, Toxicology, Trace Evidence, etc
- Head shots of suspects (6)
- Helpful forms for your investigation (2)
- Head shots of suspects
- Incident reports (1)
- Solution inside of a sealed envelope
Have you ever dreamed of being a famous criminal psychologist assisting with an intriguing serial killer case? If the answer is yes, it's time for you to step into the shoes of Dr. Gold with the Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI. You will accept Special Agent Rue's request for assistance and probe the lives of six suspects in hopes of catching the elusive and cunning killer known as the Nevermore Strangler. This un-sub has terrorized the eastern seaboard for weeks and is now toying with the investigators, daring to be caught. It is the 48-hour mark since the FBI took over the case, and you must make haste and get to work. Time is not your friend. Can you solve the case before more lives are claimed?
- Number of Players:
- Play solo or with a group of any size - this is non-role playing
- Minimum Age:
- 16 and up due to difficulty and the dark theme of serial killing
- Gender of Players:
- Either - you're solving a case as Dr. Gold - no role-playing is involved.
Very well thought out by the creator. So much detail. Very fun and worth the money.