Who Slayed Santa murder mystery party

Who Slayed Santa murder mystery party

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  • Product Description

    A fun Christmas murder mystery party game for ages 13+! There are 8 required characters and 17 optional characters - 25 unique players altogether! Note: Santa isn't the only one that kicks the bucket in this game - one of the characters will get what's coming to him or her! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees!  Easy to host, easy to prepare and you will have everything you need to play with the download - just print, prepare and play. Want the boxed set? No problem! Click on the link below under 'helpful links,' and have our staff prepare your kit.  You will receive a host instruction file, a printable file, and a solution file with your purchase. The free invitation is located below, under helpful links. 

    This is the traditional in-person, mingling format. If you need a virtual game for Christmas to play on Zoom or other video chat platform - we got your back.  Click here for the virtual selection.  At this time, we do have a murder and non-murder virtual Christmas game. 

     Five out of ten for difficulty.


    Game published 09/2013  Last revised 8/18/21

    Helpful Links:

    Click here to view the character list!
    Click here for the free, printable invitation!
    Click here to view sample game materials.
    Click here to have My Mystery Party staff prepare your game kit!
    Click here to view the 5 character Expansion Pack #1.
    Click here to view the 5 character Expansion Pack #2.
    Direct your guests to the corresponding pre-game site at 'Your Mystery Party'


    Christmas mystery synopsis:

    Christmas City is a charming city in the North Pole dedicated year-round to the Christmas holiday.  Popular businesses include Santa’s Workshop, which is the largest toy store in the world.  Another fabulous hot spot is The Gingerbread Shop, which is known for the most fashionable Christmas couture, and of course, people flock from all around the world to spend a day at the awe-inspiring Winter Wonderland Amusement Park.  Last but not least is The Egg Noggery which is a sweet shop world-renowned for their scrumptious gingerbread cookies and eggnog. Christmas City is also a popular vacation spot for the rich and famous as their ski slopes are the absolute best in the world.

    Noel’s Tavern is the place to be in Christmas City where the locals relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of their lives in the city.  Each year, Noel’s Tavern hosts the annual Christmas Jamboree to celebrate the hard work of the laborers in town that make Christmas around the world possible.

    This year, an exciting list of guests have RSVP’d for the party, and the manager of Noel’s Tavern has high hopes that this will be the biggest holiday celebration ever!

    Unfortunately, the spirits of the citizens are dampened in Christmas City with the recent news of a heinous murder on Snowball Street.  None other than Old Saint Nick was gunned down in cold blood!  Currently, a vigorous investigation is underway, and the residents of Christmas City have become increasingly suspicious of each other.

    Mayor Rudolph held a press conference and mandated the townspeople maintain business as usual. The mayor announced the annual bash at Noel's Tavern must go on, as Santa would have wanted it that way.

    You have RSVP’d for the party and have your perfect holiday inspired outfit picked out.  This is where your story begins.

    If you are hosting this game for profit or as a benefit to your organization/business you will need a commercial license.

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  • Other Details

    Minimum age: 13 years
    Number of players: 8-25 players
    Available expansion packs: 5 players, and 5 players
    Expandable?: No
    Gender of players: Co-ed or All Female
  • Product Reviews


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    1. Always a fun event

      The characters are fun. And premise is entertaining. I always tweak the format a bit because it suits our group better. I do an introductory round where we go around and each person introduces him/her self to group with a prewritten line or two. This will be our group’s 4th murder mystery and a party that everyone looks forward to. (We actually won’t be doing this party until Jan 2022…the house will still be decorated from Christmas). Also I have found that it is easier if my husband and I don’t take an official role. For this one I will be Noel and he will be the bartender. on Oct 2nd 2021

    2. Very Entertaining!

      We had a blast with this mystery! Only thing I could say negative was the instructions were unclear at times on the order of events. Made hosting a little difficult. Other than having to wing a couple times it was awesome!
      We hate to hear the instructions were not clear. We'll be contacting you for more details. We are glad you had a blast! Thank you for your feedback!
      on Jan 10th 2021

    3. Super Fun!

      Highly recommended distraction in this (covid) time of reduced sized gatherings. Boosted everyone's spirits, even a advance thanks to pre-game tasks, costume and menu suggestions on Dec 21st 2020

    4. Who Slayed Santa

      I ordered this for a company Christmas party and it was a hit. The only reason I am giving this a 4 star is for this reason: I think you should have a blank line where it tells you to hide the victim sign & murder weapon so that people have the option to decide where to hide it and so that the victim knows where to grab it as well. Our office has bathrooms (like the instruction) but our bathrooms are not co-ed and with having both males and females playing this game with trying to keep everything a surprise, it was hard to place the objects. Other than that, the game itself was very organized and everyone had fun!

      From My Mystery Party Staff:
      We truly appreciate your feedback! Glad you enjoyed yourself at the party! We're always here via email/phone to give you options when you meet a stumbling block such as having co-ed restrooms. We've come across company parties with co-ed bathrooms and have seen that making a simple announcement at the start of round two for the victim to contact one of the hosts to find out where the kit will be is a quick and easy fix. And, the host can play without knowing the victim until round two.
      on Dec 26th 2019

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