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An exciting New Year's Eve virtual mystery party for 4-10 players. This is the instant download version of the game - no shipping fees, no waiting, no hassle. There are PDF files, websites, and video content - you are not required to print anything, but will need Wi-Fi access if playing on a video chat platform (i.e. Zoom, Google Hangouts, etc). This game takes approximately 2 hours to play. This game has been formatted and tested for virtual play.
A mysterious business named Crime Alive has emerged out of thin air in the sleepy community of Grimford – a small mountain town seeded deep inside of the Canterbury Woods. The residents have been unable to figure out its mission, but the town gossips have speculated film production, a book publishing company, or private investigators-for-hire. Whatever the enterprise might be – they are hosting a gala on New Year’s Eve for the Grimford residents. Crime Alive has not offered details about the event other than a guarantee of mystery and excitement to be cherished for a lifetime.
You're a resident of Grimford, and nothing exciting ever happens in the town. You were skeptical at first, but the buzz and intrigue got the best of you. After a thorough online interview, you confirmed your spot. You were so thrilled to be included - you put your digital signature on many documents without reading them. Signing consent forms and contracts seemed to be a bizarre requirement to attend a New Year’s party, so it caught you off guard. Nevertheless, you hope for the best.
This is where your story begins.
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|Minimum age:||14 for difficulty. This game is a 6 rated game, but has appropriate content.|
|Number of Players::||4-12 players|
|Gender of Players::||Either|
|Expandable?::||No. 12 is the max of character roles. However, you can have spectators play along.|