Corporate Chaos Murder Mystery Party

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Note: this game is retired and replaced with Chaos in the Cubicles as of August 24th, 2023. However, we will maintain the Your Mystery Party websites for a year after retirement. 

Corporate Murder Mystery Party in-person, mingling game (traditional format) with 8-20 unique characters.


 Five out of ten difficulty

Helpful Links:

Host character list
Free, printable invitation
Sample game materials
10 character, Expansion Pack #1 
10 character, Expansion Pack #2 
Free, pre-game site at 'Your Mystery Party'

Murder Mystery Synopsis:

The annual conference for Worldwide Prestige, Inc. will be held at the Grande Plaza Hotel in New York City. The CEO, Mr. Eric Wilde, is to present the yearly report and prove to the Board of Directors and investors that he has not only saved the company from imminent bankruptcy – but rather, has doubled profits from the highest profit year in the history of the company!

At corporate headquarters in the lovely city of Anonville, the employees were buzzing about the upcoming journey to the Big Apple! That is until the announcement on the overhead speaker notified everyone that Mr. Wilde is missing! His personal effects were found in his desk; his car hasn’t moved in the employee garage since Friday afternoon, and not a single light is on at his home! The board believes foul play may be at hand, but the police cannot be involved. The media would throw a Doom’s Day spin on his absence, causing stocks to plummet. The show must go on! Everything must appear normal, or Worldwide Prestige will be destined for disaster.

The board has appointed Jasmine Aurora to serve as the interim CEO until Eric’s return. The board is proceeding with the annual conference in great hope that Eric Wilde will be found in time for his presentation.

The conference will begin with breakout sessions and critical thinking seminars. Jasmine has plans to announce that Mr. Wilde is suffering a relentless case of ‘jet lag’ from an early morning flight to stall for time once the conference commences. Hopefully, the stockholders will believe the story. All should be well until the formal dinner and awards banquet in the South Oak Ballroom when Eric is set to speak.

The board is unaware there has been great strife between the employees, which has heightened with the stress of Mr. Wilde’s absence. Scandals are surfacing and causing rifts between most of the staff. Jasmine is doing her best to hold everything together, but this trip to NYC may lead to disaster. You are an employee of Worldwide Prestige, and your trip is booked for the conference. This is where your story begins.

How to Host a Larger Party:

  • 20 unique players from the main game
  • A team of 15+ auditors with Mugwort Buttercup
  • A team of 15+  HR staff members with Storm Wormwood
  • A team of 15+ research staff with Blaze Winters
  • A team of 15+  marketing staff with Kassy Saffron
  • A team of 15+ safety personnel with Woody Nightshade
  • A team of 15+ advertising personnel with Sage Sorrel
  • A team of 15+ tech infrastructure staff with Angelica Venus
  • A team of 15+ CFO Office staff with Quince Frost
  • A team of 15+ public affairs staff with Rio Fox
  • A team of 15+ researchers with Blaze Winters
  • A team of 15+ legal counsel staff with Basil Maples
  • 10 unique players from expansion pack #1 (purchased separately)
  • 10 unique players from expansion pack #2 (purchased separately)

TOTALS: 190+ PLAYERS FOR THIS GAME. This game can extend to over 250 by adding more players on each team. 

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If you wish to host this (or any other) game for profit, you will need a commercial license - click here.

Minimum age:
15 years (corporate-themed)
Difficulty rating:
Moderate, 5/10
Gender of character roles:
# of players in main game:
8-20 players
Expansion pack(s):
10 players, and 10 players
Expandable team players:
Expands to over 150 players with teams and expansion packs.
Date of publication:
June 2010
Date of retirement:
August 24, 2023


  • 5
    Easily Flexible!

    Posted by Amanda on Feb 4th 2020

    Loved this product. This was the second Murder Mystery I have thrown at my office and we are comprised mostly of females. Even so, the male roles could easily be played by females. I had several people drop off the day of and several of the characters that were not required could step up to the plate easily to take the persons role that dropped out. They really have thought of every thing when it comes to these mysteries and my coworkers can't get enough!

  • 4
    Corporate Chaos

    Posted by Susan on Jun 28th 2019

    I am satisfied with the product I ordered. The only thing I wish were included were save the date cards.