Hero and Villain Summit murder mystery party
A super fun superhero vs. villain murder mystery party for 8-12 heroes, ages 14+ for difficulty. The story is set at a superhero sanctuary at a meeting with heroes and villains across the globe to discuss the capture of the recently escaped archenemy of humankind - The Moon King. Host this party if you are up for loads of super powers, deceit, intertwining story lines and murder! This game can be played as co-ed or all female. 8 character expansion pack is available. This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees! Easy to host, easy to prepare.
There are four PDF files to download with this game - a host instruction file, printable file, solution key, and an optional free invitation file.
- Host character list!
- Free, printable invitation
- Sample game materials
- 8 character expansion pack (Purchased separately)
- Boxed version (Our staff will prepare your kit)
- Free, pre-game site at Your Mystery Party
Murder Mystery Synopsis:
With the disastrous news of the infamous Moon King's prison break, heroes around the globe are joining forces with notorious villains to capture the archenemy of planet Earth. The Freedom League will host a meeting between heroes and villains in a sanctuary hidden deep in the crime capital of the world - Shadow Falls. The group will put their heads together to plan strategic moves to catch the Moon King before he is able to get back to his secret lair and destroy the planet.
This will be the first time that the heroes and villains work together or even be in the same place at the same time. But what is more dangerous? Getting this group together or allowing the Moon King to be free? This is where your story begins.
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- Minimum age:
- 14 years
- Difficulty rating:
- Moderate, 5/10
- Gender of character roles:
- All-Female or Co-ed using gender flexible
- # of players in main game:
- 8-12 players
- Expansion pack(s):
- 8 players
- Expandable team players:
- Date of publication:
- Last revised on 7/20/21
As a teacher, this was a perfect activity for my class. We enjoyed the colorful intro video and the documents were easy to read and follow! The students had a blast dressing for their parts and I did as well! Very thorough and complete package of materials!
We had so much fun tonight at our hero/villian party tonight. The murder/mystery is well written and instructions are so clear it helps make your party run so smooth. We for sure will be using My Mystery Party again in the future.
The characters were really fun and varied, so the costumes were awesome. The story in itself was fun, although it went a loy faster than originally planned. The dance minigame was hilarious; I highly reccomend including it!
SUPER fun. Easy to host - the instructions were clear and concise. The charaters were witty and full of fun. They mystery was challenging enough to keep the guests in suspense and to keep plucking along on the mystery. SUPER!
I ordered this game because I needed a "clean" mystery for our family party. This story was suitable for all of them. I had ages 9 to 50 playing. It was everyone's first time playing in a murder mystery. As the host, I played a part and also read through the parts. I'm glad I did because I was able to help the others when they got stuck on what to do. Everyone dressed their parts and had a great evening. We will definitely be trying another one soon.
We used this Mystery Party for a youth group activity. It took them a few minutes to learn their characters initially, but their characters developed and blossomed throughout the evening. We had five rooms decorated for the event, including a water fountain (inexpensive one from Walmart) along with many other decorating ideas found on the internet to make it cost effective. They had a great, suspense-filled evening! The finale was an especially fun way to end the evening.
We have to catch the MOON KING! Our group had such a great time with this game! We need a part two!