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A Slice of Murder Murder Mystery Dinner Party Game
Everyone’s a suspect when murder is on the menu! Budding Poirots and wannabe Sherlock Holmes will love every minute of hosting an evening of whodunnit entertainment with Inspector McClue's A Slice of Murder. This crime-busting game provides everything you need to serve up the perfect murder mystery dinner party! The gripping story is set at Painton Place, an 18th century house built by Sir John Painton, in Rutting-on-the-Rise, a beautiful if isolated corner of Norfolk. Painton Place is just location to spend a couple of days on a cooking holiday – a Weekend Mini-Bake as it is advertised. However, the rural tranquillity is shattered when celebrity chef Francis ‘Franny’ Craddock is found dead late on Saturday night…particularly when it turns out he has been murdered! Suspicion falls on the guests but who would have wanted to kill him? The anticipation, mystery and excitement begin before guests have even arrived as each of the guests, or suspects, will receive their invite and suggestions for suitable dress. This all starts to set the scene for the forthcoming crime - and by the end of the evening, one of the guests will be exposed as a killer! A Slice of Murder Dinner Party game comes complete with game rules, recipes and decorating tips. Invitations for each of the characters are also included complete with booklets about their roles, background information, and even a few tasty secrets. To complete the pack there is a CD (or downloadable content is available) to help set the scene on the night and of course, provide the solution to the crime! A Slice of Murder Dinner Party game is for 6-8 players and suitable for age 13 years and over.
To access the downloadable content for this Murder Mystery Game go to: Audio and Video Downloads - University Games and Paul Lamond Games (university-games.co.uk)
Safety Warning: Not Suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard