Monster murder mystery party
This spooky Halloween murder mystery party game is an entertaining monster murder mystery for 12-20 guests with gender flexibility, ages 12 and up! So get your scariest costume together and get ready to sleuth an awesome & spooky mystery! It doesn't even have to be Halloween to have a monstrous good time! Have this party at any time during the year! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees! Everything you need to play is in the download - just print, prepare and play! Easy to host, easy to prepare.
You will receive a host instruction, printable, and solution file. The free invitation and pre-game website may be accessed via the links below, under 'helpful links.'
*This game was revised on 9/15/21
- Click here to view the character list!
- Click here for the free, printable invitation!
- Click here to view the 10 character expansion pack!
- Click here to view sample game materials.
- Click here to have My Mystery Party staff prepare your game kit!
- Direct your guests to the corresponding invitation site at 'Your Mystery Party'
Murder Mystery Party Game Synopsis
This year, the monsters of the International Monster Association will gather on Mount Immortality for the annual Monster Summit. This secret meeting will be held in the Cave of Misfortune, next to the Glop Lagoon. The monsters will discuss the past year’s success as well as plans for haunts, terrors, and scares for the upcoming year.
Grimoth Jones is rumored to be making an important announcement this year and will also acknowledge the members who are far exceeding what it means to be a monster. You’ve received your summons, and this is where your story begins.
IF YOU ARE HOSTING THIS IN PUBLIC &/OR FOR PROFIT/CHARGING FOR THE EVENT, POSTING THE EVENT ONLINE &/OR USING IT AS A BENEFIT TO YOUR PROFITABLE ORGANIZATION, YOU WILL NEED A COMMERCIAL LICENSE.
- Minimum age:
- 13 years
- # of players:
- 12-20 players
- Expansion pack:
- 10 players
- Expandable teams?:
- Gender of players:
Had the minimum (12), and the game flowed well. I was surprised at how many details the boys remembered from the statements. They all seemed to like it. The 4/10 difficulty seemed appropriate for teens. Requesting guests to dress up in character worked out great, and added a level of fun.
So much fun. The twists in this one were wild. We had 18 people from all walks of life and everyone had a blast.