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An entertaining clue-based murder mystery party for 7-12 guests ages 13 & up in an old mansion setting. Play as co-ed, all female or all male - the characters are gender flexible! There are two characters that you can expand into teams to grow your invite list! There are also two 8 player expansion packs to go along with this game to total 28 unique player roles. This is the instant download version of the game - no wait, no shipping fees - everything you need is included in the download. You will be able to download instantly upon purchase. For the boxed set, scroll down below 'helpful links' and click on the link to have us prepare your kit.
*Note: this game was revised on 3/29/19. If you have purchased the game within the last year, you may download the newest version from your account. Previous versions will not be seamless with the expansion pack.
The Devonshire Manor is an 18th century mansion on the outskirts of the town of Pinehorn. It was once owned by the wealthy Devonshire family and is a legendary estate to the citizens of Pinehorn. In their day, the Devonshires were beloved, treated as royalty, as they owned more than half of the businesses in town. The Devonshire Manor has exquisite architectural features, albeit weathered throughout the years. Weeds and high grass have long since replaced the flowering shrubs and ornamental trees that adorned the property in its day. The remaining Devonshire lineage passed away in the early 1900’s, leaving their estate in the hands of the town of Pinehorn. The townspeople have neglected to keep up with the place, mostly due to the legend that the Devonshires still roam the corridors at night. The mayor of Pinehorn has made it her quest to remodel and reinstate the Devonshire Manor as a historical bed and breakfast. She believes that the old estate can generate tourism and an income for the town of Pinehorn. Most of the townspeople stand behind her, although a few people are adamantly against her pursuit – stating that the place is haunted and should be left alone. The mayor cleaned up the dusty cobwebs and is hosting a fundraiser bash for the townspeople of Pinehorn. She hopes to raise enough funds for her remodeling endeavors. You have been invited to attend the event and this is where your story begins…
|Minimum age:||13 years|
|# of players:||7-12 players|
|Expansion packs:||8 players in #1, 8 players in #2|
|Expandable?:||Yes, can add up to 30 duplicates (police, reporter teams)|
|Gender of players:||Flexible (besides 1m, 1f in expansion pack)|
I purchased this game for my daughters 12th birthday party. She and her friends had a fantastic time playing. It kept all the girls engaged in the role playing for the whole game.
Easy and straightforward instructions. It made for a really enjoyable day. Unknown on Nov 14th 2019
Neither myself nor my party-goers had ever done a murder mystery before, but the kit did an excellent job of providing the instructions and materials I needed to pull off a smooth and successful party. My guests were mostly people in their mid-20s, and they all had a great time. This game in particular was great for first-timers because of the easy costumes. I was extremely pleased with my purchase. R.L. on Sep 19th 2019
I coordinated a fundraiser event at my church, along with two other church members, and the event was a huge success! It was a little crazy because there were 30 guests and 6 volunteers to help cook and clean up. With such a large group, I found the best way to communicate was with email. We did the pre-game activities and everyone came dressed up in costume. We were so worried it was going to be hard to keep everyone in character, get them to read the fine print on the clues, and get them to go from activity to another. Most of the church members are over 60 years of age. We held Round One outside in the beautiful Rose Garden and then we moved indoors to the Magnolia Ballroom (AKA Parish Hall) for a delicious dinner. The victim was found dressed in a hand-made victim shirt, lying down on a chalked outline paper, roped off with Do Not Cross tape. The group was so large that we quickly learned it was easier and more time efficient for guests to share their clues out loud to everyone. They wrote down their guess of whodunit and proceeded back into the Magnolia Ballroom for an array of desserts! After the murderer confessed, we handed out prizes for those with best costume, best in character, etc. The prizes were the Clue Game, Mary Drew mystery books, etc. Everyone seemed to have a wonderful time and some asked when we are going to have our next mystery dinner!?
Ruth on Jun 18th 2019
This product is going to be a great hit with the kids and I didn't have do do a lot of work or spend crazy amounts of money! It's perfect! Camie on Apr 15th 2019