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An amazing Valentine's Day murder mystery (in-person) party for 6-12 guests, ages 15 and up for difficulty. Invite your best friends over and have a blast this Valentine's Day! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees, so there's nothing to be shipped. Easy to host, easy to prepare. Want the boxed version? Click on the link below the video under 'helpful links' to have our staff prepare your kit.
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In the lovely town of Amorville, Hanna and Harry Heart were enviable high school sweethearts. Ten years later, they are still the perfect couple. It’s time for the Hearts to host the traditional Valentine's Day soiree at the Mio Amore Cafe in the heart of downtown. They have invited all of their old friends from high school and cannot wait to catch up with what has been going on in their hometown. But something’s amiss in the town, as the past year has been filled with scandal, deceit, and contempt between everyone. The Hearts hope everyone on the guest list can put their differences aside, so they can host their yearly bash without chaos and misfortune! You’ve been invited to the event. Even though your foes have sent in their RSVPs, you plan to attend the party. This is where your story begins.
Totals 28 unique player roles and 30+ expandable team roles = 58+ players in the game when you purchase both expansion packs!
|Minimum age:||15 years for difficulty|
|Number of players:||8-12 players|
|Available expansion pack:||8+ players in expansion #1, 8 players in expansion pack #2|
|Expandable team players?:||Expands to over 58 players with both expansion packs and expandable team players|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
My aunt and I hosted my daughter’s friends for this mystery dinner. There were 9 kids, ranging in age between 13-15. They had a blast! The kit was extremely thorough and helped us pull it off, step by step. It took my aunt and I, both to “host” and serve the kids dinner. I think it might be a bit frantic if one parent was trying to host/cook/serve/clear/etc. The kids really had a fantastic time and enjoyed playing their characters and solving the murder. We loved being able to give teenagers something fun (and clean!) to do. Unknown on Feb 16th 2019
Our group had a wonderful evening. The guests really got into their roles with costumes and hamming it up. We used Round 1 as an introduction and that worked really well. The script written for the final round was hilarious. Such a fun evening. Everyone ready to do another party next year. We will definitely be return buyers. Ruth on Feb 15th 2018
We had a great time with LOTS of laughs!!! Verna Rasmussen on Feb 16th 2017