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A nostalgic celebrity murder mystery party set in 1950's Hollywood for 12-14 adults. This is a great choice for a male birthday party. This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, no shipping fees! Easy to host, easy to prepare.
Lava Gardener was hosting a gala birthday event for her husband Franklin Vinatra who had been suffering a recent downward spiral with his Hollywood career. Lava invited Hollywood's finest in hopes of spiking new interest with Franklin and his career. As the stars arrived, they enjoyed a cocktail and mingled around with the other rich and famed guests until...one of the guests was murdered! Lava explained that the guests must rally together quickly to figure out whodunit before the police arrived as nobody wanted the added negative media attention of being a possible murder suspect! The guests underwent a thorough investigation over a delectable dinner and then submitted their guesses of whodunit. Coffee and dessert were served and the guests one by one accused who they believed the murderer was and then each guest admitted any involvement that they had with the murder...and to everyone's shock...the murderer confessed! Overall it was a very memorable night for all of the guests...besides one of course.
|Minimum age:||16 years|
|# of players:||12-14 players|
|Expansion pack:||8 players|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
Fun time for a group of 17 teens/young adults, so we also used the expansion pack. The instructions were helpful for a last minute required character change. We missed the pre game interaction between characters, where they contact each other prior to the event. It was still really fun! And for anyone who is hesitant because they think the victim won't be able to participate, know that they will still be able to play along. Our victim enjoyed being able to still figure out who the murderer was, and mingled amongst the group as a "ghost". Our only other experience has been Murder on the Boardwalk. It was a five star, better written with smoother transitions. But, both have been fun! V.L. on Oct 2nd 2016