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A hilarious non-murder Thanksgiving mystery party for your family's Thanksgiving dinner for 8-16+ guests! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees! Easy to host, easy to prepare.
Every Thanksgiving, the Cranberry and Peaknuckle families gather at the home of Morgan and Maximus Cranberry and this Thanksgiving is no different. Chef Mo Cranberry, a famous molecular gastronomy chef, has plans to prepare Tom Turkey, as the Cranberry’s traditionally call their Thanksgiving bird. The chef promises to use innovative techniques to prepare the delicious Thanksgiving feast and the family members are more than excited to see what Chef Mo can do! Morgan Cranberry has fun party games planned for the day while Chef Mo does the magic in the kitchen - and of course – everybody will need to catch up with each other, as well. You wouldn’t miss the Cranberry-Peanuckle holiday festivities for the world! You’ve made your travel plans and this is where your story begins.
In addition to the fun Thanksgiving Mystery game, there are also fun bonus activities included in the download!
|Minimum age:||All ages (young ones may need assistance)|
|Number of players:||8-16 players|
|Expansion pack:||Not at this time|
|Expandable players:||Expands to over 30 players with a team|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
We change the game up just a little by before as we were handing out the second clue cards the character read the clues at bottom of card and that really started the laughter and characters to come out of my family members. Did the same with clue card #2 as we handed out the solution cards which then really set up the suspects. What a fun thing to do family enjoyed. Unknown on Nov 28th 2021
Love these products! I work at an Assisted Living and our residents and staff love our annual mystery. Dawn Dye on Nov 4th 2020
We had players ages 8-87, FIVE generations!! Everyone had a great time. I purchased the game a week or so in advance and emailed folks links and information so they could do a little “homework” before arriving. Everyone came dressed in character and ready to play.
I printed the materials up and was able to prepare everything without taking away from my playing the game . Even took advantage of the additional “Who/what am I ?” and “Word Scramble” games.
We have been doing this type of game with different groups of people for years. It’s a great way to get folks to put down the phone, turn off the TV, use some creativity and actually be with and enjoy other folks. Jeanne Martin on Dec 4th 2019
I didn't think this would go over with my fam, but IT DID! They want to play again and I'm shocked. thanks, guys for making a great game. Virginia on Nov 30th 2017