AMERICA’S FAVORITE MURDER MYSTERY PARTY GAME BRAND - If you are a crime junkie who loves cold-case stories and escape room games, then you’ll love Murder Mystery Party products. University Games first began selling Murder Mystery Party games back in 1985. Today, adults become the detective and dive into realistic case evidence. Like our original Murder Mystery Party games, our Case Files are the perfect game to play in an evening with a dinner party. This mystery in a box is the perfect addition to your game room activities and also makes a great Halloween game.
DETERMINE MOTIVE, MEANS AND OPPORTUNITY - Murder Mystery Party Case Files is the only game where players solve the murder the way a real detective would. Players need to hunt through the evidence to find the killer and determine the motive, means and opportunity of each suspect. During a murder investigation, a detective must answer the following 3 questions: 1) Motive: Who had a reason to kill the victim? 2) Means: Who had access to the murder weapon and victim? 3) Opportunity: Who had a chance to kill the victim? Is any particular person unaccounted for during the time the victim was killed?
ONLINE HINTS AND SOLUTIONS - If you get stuck anytime during your investigation, you can access misplaced case files online for hints to keep you moving. Once you think you know the solution, access complete solutions online to confirm your suspicions and make an arrest.
Fire in Adlerstein is a Murder Mystery Party Case File where players work to solve a murder using the case file and evidence provided. Joseph Bremer was burned to death in his house. Journalist Carl Notebeck has been charged with murder in this arson case. But did he do it? Or was it someone else? There are many suspects, but only one could be guilty.
Murder Mystery Party Case Files are packed with physical and digital evidence, which puts the player in the detective's shoes. Players think like a detective and work alone or with others to determine the motive, means, and opportunity of each suspect to solve the case.