Get Ready for Fall Fun: Top 3 Murder Mystery Games to Play
Fall is in the air, and you know what that means - it's time for cozy evenings, spooky stories, and thrilling games! We're here to make your autumn unforgettable with our top three murder mystery games. Get ready for suspense, intrigue, and a whole lot of fun!
Horror on the Haunted House Tour:
You find yourself among a group of thrill-seeking tourists gathered for a Halloween night ghost tour. Huddled closely together as the wind howls and leaves swirl around the historic houses in the square, you embark on a spine-tingling adventure. Four of these houses are known to be haunted by the spirits of murder victims from decades past, and the fifth is where your eerie journey begins, complete with costumed participants re-enacting the chilling crimes that spawned these restless spirits.
The tour guide leads you up a dim, creaking staircase, allowing you to explore the upper floor at your own pace. The silence is periodically shattered by blood-curdling screams as actors spring from hiding spots to portray murderers and their unfortunate victims. Suddenly, amidst the chaos, another scream pierces the air, and a heavy weight tumbles down the stairs. With the lights flicked on, you discover the lifeless body of the tour guide sprawled on the lower landing.
Someone has pushed her – but who? And why?
Roaring 20’s: Death by Bathtub Gin:
Step back in time to 1923, the era of speakeasies and gangsters. The speakeasy is buzzing with excitement as Al Spumoni, the famous bootlegger and ice cream tycoon, celebrates his birthday. The lights dim as he prepares to blow out the candles on his cake. When they come back on, Al raises his glass, takes a sip of his special drink, and suddenly chokes to his death.
Who poisoned Al's bathtub gin during the blackout? Was it one of the gangsters, a high-spirited flapper, a silent film star, or perhaps even you? It's a roaring mystery set in the heart of the Jazz Age.
Terror in Tinseltown:
Travel to 1928, the golden era of Hollywood, where silent films are giving way to talking pictures. The glamorous world of cinema turns grim when renowned silent movie star Sly Mandrake is found dead on the set of "The Singing Sheik." What appears to be a tragic accident soon takes a darker turn - was it a Hollywood hit job?
Could it have been the director, Burly Bellows, frustrated by Mandrake's lack of elocution? Or perhaps his ambitious co-star, Nettie Potts? Maybe even the infamous LA mobster, Hoochie Coodilinni, or Mandrake's spurned lover, Zelda Pinchbottom? Grab a glass of giggle water and join the Jazz Age mayhem in "Terror in Tinseltown."
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