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A fun filled non-murder family Easter mystery party for all ages - 8-16+ guests. Perfect for any group and any Easter occasion! Due to the moderate difficulty level, if this party is for all children (with children playing the adult roles), the suggested ages would be 12+ years. Otherwise, if adults are playing the adult roles, as long as the kids can read - they can play the kids' roles! It is optimal to purchase a hollow chocolate bunny, as the crime is that someone takes off the bunny's ears (and presumably eats them). You can keep this just in the story, but it's great if you can have a chocolate bunny at the party. This is the instant download upon purchase - no shipping fees, no waiting! Download immediately and have everything needed to play - just print and prepare! For the boxed version, see the link below to the party ready pack version.
Every Easter, the Wabbit family gathers at Brare and Peter Wabbit’s home in the beautiful town of Springville. They plan to kick off the festivities with delectable appetizers and fun party games. Some family members are eccentric, so Brare Wabbit must do everything possible to keep things on track! By Wabbit tradition, a chocolate bunny will be the grand prize for the Official Wabbit Family Egg Hunt. Let’s hope the contenders can keep their hands off the prize, so the hunt can go off without a hitch! You’re part of the family and plan to attend the gathering. This is where your story begins.
HOST A LARGE PARTY WITH THIS GAME
|# of players:||8-16 players|
|Minimum age:||13 years|
|Expansion pack:||Not at this time|
|Expandable:||Expands to 30 players with a team of the Evitang Family|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
Under very mysterious circumstances a chocolate bunny lost his ears at a recent dinner party. There were several suspects and after a detailed investigation, authorities have arrested someone. The name is not being released until all other similar cases have been solved. They will name the defendant after the ongoing Easter Egg hunts and Easter baskets have been investigated. Unknown on Mar 22nd 2016