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Ages 14+ for difficulty - non-murder in-person mystery party for 8-12 guests with a 6 player expansion pack available. First of it's kind - it's a unique experience! How about a fun night where your guests are 'locked in a room' and given exciting challenges of working as a team, intellectual strength, and physical agility - all competing for secret clues each round to the saboteur's identity. Your guests will have a blast with exciting rounds of sleuthing clues and challenges while they attempt to figure out who the spy is among them and why they were invited to this exclusive dinner party. Great challenge for any group - churches, schools, corporate events or a fun night with friends & family!
This is the instant download version of the game. No waiting, no shipping fees! Everything you need to play is included in the PDF file - just print, prepare and play! For the party ready pack version (boxed kit), see the link below under the Helpful Links section.
This is a challenge-based mystery party - not as much of a roleplaying experience as the traditional mystery parties, but more focused on three rounds of challenges to find the mole among the group. Mingling with clues is secondary to the challenges.
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*Please note: this game does not have a victim sign because it is a unique, non-murder mystery party game. Also, there are not bonus games, but rather, the host will be provided with 3 challenges each round (9 total) and you are required to host one per round. The remaining games can be played after the mystery is over. With some of the bonus game options, some regular household items or other props (i.e. balloons, marshmallows) may be required. However, the game can be played with what is included in the printed and prepared download.
|Minimum age:||14 years for difficulty|
|# of players:||8-12 players|
|Expansion pack:||6 players|
|Gender of players:||Flexible|
We are a family of 4 (2 adults/2 teens) and played with another family of 6 (2 adults/2teens2kids). It was a lot of fun. The adults and teens were the required 8 characters and it was wonderful to have gender neutral names and also optional characters we could assign to the smaller kids. I wish we hadn’t done it at dinner though - I’d recommend doing a buffet of appetizers, snacks, etc. I also highly recommend the chopsticks challenge for round 3! We added M&Ms as an added bonus. All the rounds were fun. I will say our spy had no clue, and I think the overall clues to his/her identity are tough. Overall, it was great, and we will play it again with neighbors and just be hosts. Gina on Jul 23rd 2021
This is a TRICKY one, and such fun - the team challenges were HILARIOUS and a good break from wracking our brains trying to figure out the spy clues. Take note of the age minimum and revise upwards if you're working with a crew who gets frustrated easily. It's completely fine to NOT figure out the Spy (other than the whole dying thing), and people who were clueless still had a good time, but this is DEFINITELY a good mental exercise for those who are good with locked-room mysteries and stumping clues. ts davis on Jan 22nd 2020
This was our 2nd murder mystery game we ordered...loved it. Really enjoyed the challenges! Unknown on Jan 20th 2019
So much fun! My guests are still talking about our spy dinner party. Even my quiet friends had fun with this. We had 14 people and it took close to 3 hours to complete. Highly recommend if you are looking for laughter and great memories. Liesa Kliman on Aug 16th 2018