3 Murder Mystery Games To Play At A 13th Birthday Party!
Celebrating a birthday soon and looking for some party inspo? Kick off your kiddo’s teenage years with a bang! Throw a killer murder mystery party that will have your guests DYING for an invite to the next one.
Not only will these murder mystery games be a total blast for your guests and birthday kiddo, but they also serve as an epic theme for your bash!
Without further ado…The games!
Murder At The Roller Rink: An 80s Teen Murder Mystery
Shoulder pads, bright makeup, big hair? What more could you ask for!
Let’s set the scene. It’s 1988, and the Podunk Roller Rink is filled with teens showing off their shoulder pads and mullets. Suddenly, there is a scream. The body of Kevin Floosey, the new kid in town, has been found in the back hallway. Who could have done such a terrible thing to a guy who just wanted to dance… or is that really all he wanted?
Who knows? Maybe YOU killed him!
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Bullets on Broadway
Curtain up, light the lights! This game is perfect for the theatre lover in your life!
It’s the opening night of Murder in the First on Broadway, and nerves are high. The cast and crew are all a buzz backstage with the excitement of the lights, the sounds - and the dead body of big-shot Broadway Producer. Was the murderer a cast member, making her Broadway debut tonight, a seasoned performer Sienna Stealer, the sleazy casting director. or a member of the audience who somehow wandered backstage? There’s only one way to find out…play!
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80’s Mall Murder Madness
A Shop-a-holic and crime junkies dream game! Time to whip out that credit card and tease that hair as big as it can go - we’re shopping for a murderer in 80’s Mall Murder Madness!
It’s 1985, and real estate developer and “entrepreneur” Whit Wiley has just cut the ribbon opening the newest marvel in his shopping mall empire: the Wiley Waterside Galleria Mall in Malibu. Whit was to top the Forbes list of most rich and powerful men of 1985 - until he washed up in the mall fountain, strangled by his skinny tie.
Who could be responsible for the murder of this influential businessman?
Was it his first wife seeking revenge for Whit Wiley's many extramarital affairs? The local super shopper or was it the fashion designer who objected to Wiley's appallingly gaudy bad taste?
It’s up to you to figure it out!
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