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Like, totally! Hosting this '80s murder mystery party will result in a hilarious evening for 8-18+ players, ages 14+. 34 unique players with both expansion packs (17F, 17M), can be expanded to over 50 guests (see below for how to host a large party with this game).
Polly Abdool hosted a totally tubular album release party for her friend, Debbie Gribson. Debbie Gribson was a top international pop idol and was scheduled to release her new album soon, Eclectic Youth, along with a new fragrance line of the same name! The celebrity guests hit the scene in outrageous '80s fashion and enjoyed a relaxing appetizer hour full of challenging '80s party games. With the exception of a few scuffles between catty guests, the party was totally radical! Polly got the party rolling by serving a delicious meal as she hosted an entertaining '80s movie trivia challenge. The great food mixed with fun challenges got the guests into an enjoyable, competitive state of mind. Then, the party guests were totally 'grossed out to the max' when somebody was murdered! To minimize negative media attention, the guests avoided calling the police immediately so they could figure out whodunit! So the frantic murder investigation ensued. Following intense interrogations and analyses, each guest submitted their final guesses of whodunit to Polly. The guests accused who they believed the murderer was other over a delectable dessert. Finally, seeing no other option... the murderer confessed! While waiting on the police to arrive, the guests overtook a hilarious '80s challenges to cap off the night's excitement!
|Minimum age:||14 years|
|# of players:||8-18 players|
|Expansion pack:||10 players|
|Expandable teams:||Over 50 players with teams (with expansion pack)|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed|
I'm a long time host with this company and this game was fantastic (as always - the mysteries are all so different and fun).
I'd suggest getting the kit - I've always elected for the download and DIY, but it seems like a lot of cash to give up for this, but it's worth it. Unknown on Oct 30th 2016