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An intriguing murder mystery game for 4-10 players, ages 13+ to be played at home or in a virtual setting. This is the instant download version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees - download and play - no printing is needed. The game can be played in two ways - at home with a group or via a video-chat service of your choice (i.e. Zoom, Discord, etc.). Or, you could pull it off via a text message thread, if you wish - but it might be a bit cumbersome. If you don't intend on playing it in person as a group, you'll need to arrange a video chat, such as Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Google Duo, ooVoo, Facetime or any other tele-conferencing software you may have access to. For technical service on the video-chat software, please contact the individual providers. At least one player will need internet access to be able to search for information.
Miles Randolph was a ruthless cheapskate who loathed everyone in the town of Pinewood Landing. A miserly outsider, Mr. Randolph only left his mansion to run his toy factory, Randolph Toys, Incorporated, which was the largest producer of toys in the world. Miles spent his life amassing his fortune and churning out hate, grief, and gloom to all who crossed his path.
Nobody blinked an eye when the staff of his estate found Miles Randolph’s body this morning. The crime scene was made to appear as if he died from natural causes, but the clever homicide detectives of Pinewood Landing caught on to the ruse. The question is not if he were murdered, but rather, who could have pulled off such a crime? Is the killer an employee of the toy factory? A family member? The butler? Or might it be one of the many colleagues he has wronged in the past?
The Pinewood Landing detectives have asked for your help to solve the case. Further instructions will be sent to you for the exact time and place that you will meet with the team who is assigned to solve this case. You should be aware - everyone assigned to delve into this case was associated with Miles Randolph, as he had numerous ties to many networks around the world. It would be dangerous for you not to attend, as the others might consider your absence a confession.
This is where your story begins.