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Mancy Crew Volume III - detective themed mystery party of a kidnapped kitty for all girls - ages 10+ for 7-12 guests! Get ready to do some serious sleuthing and have a blast solving a fun and challenging mystery at River Peak High School! *For the younger aged guests (10-11 years), parent hosts might need to give assistance with clues and sleuthing! This is the instant download upon purchase - no waiting, no shipping fees. You'll have everything you need to play with the download!
Note: this game was updated on 2/4/18. If you've purchased the game license within the last year, you can download the updated version.
Mancy Crew is a senior at River Peak High. With a natural talent for investigation, she founded the River Peak High Forensic Science Club, which has assisted the police department on occasion!
Mancy received a frantic phone call from her best friend and neighbor, Amanda Christie. At 12:00 PM, Amanda received a ransom note on her doorstep regarding the kidnapping of her beloved cat, Catniss. Mancy has called an emergency meeting of the River Peak Forensic Science Club to investigate the feline abduction.
The club has agreed to help its Vice President, Amanda, and will meet at Mancy Crew’s house. Mancy will brief the group upon arrival, but she also has a few stress-relieving games planned to break up the meeting. As Mancy says - relaxed sleuths are effective investigators! Rumor has it there will be ransom notes to discuss, and maybe a code to decipher before the kidnapper can be found. This is where your story begins.
|Minimum age:||10 years|
|# of players:||7-12 players|
|Expansion pack:||8 players (all female)|
|Gender of players:||All female|
Overall, we were very pleased with this mystery. The characters were fun and the 45-page PDF contained everything we needed to run the party, even without much time spent reviewing everything. You do need to allow time to cut out name tags, clues, etc. We had a group of 9- and 10-year-old girls and the clues and strategic play were probably a little bit beyond them. They still had fun, but needed a lot of adult help to keep things moving. I'm guessing an older (early teens) group would do really well with this.
Carly M on Mar 8th 2018