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The Champagne Murders - Murder Mystery Dinner Party Game
Inspector McClue - The Champagne Murder Mystery DVD
Everyone's a suspect when murder is on the menu. And with a Classic Detective Murder Mystery you have everything you need to serve up the perfect murder mystery dinner party. First the invites, you choose which of your friends play which devious suspect and invite them to come along as that character. Then the shopping list, menu suggestions and recipes. Plus of course...a really tasty murder to solve. In The Champagne Murders it's July 1967, the Summer of Love, and London still swings like a pendulum. In the Chelsea home of Lord Michael Jagged, a select group of fashionable young things have spent the weekend drinking champagne and partying. As the guests gather for dinner on Sunday evening, however, they are met not by their host but by Scotland Yard detective Austin McClue, who brings them shocking news: Lord Jagged has been murdered! And they are the principal suspects in the policeman's enquiries! Your task is to help McClue catch the killer. Or to avoid being caught...! This game includes a DVD with special cameo appearance by Michael Winner. This game is guarantee to be drop dead fun, and that by the end of the evening one (or more) of the suspects, your friends will be caught out as the murderer! This game is for 8 - 10 players and suitable for ages teen and up.
To access the downloadable content for this Murder Mystery Game to to: Audio and Video Downloads - University Games and Paul Lamond Games (university-games.co.uk)
Contents: Party planner with game rules, recipes, music suggestions and decorating tips; Character booklets including each guests role, description, background information and a few tasty secrets!;Place cards for each character; Party invitations and envelopes for each character;6 x Secret clues; DVD with an introduction, scene setter, summary of events and solution to the crime
Warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months, small parts, choking hazard.