Murder Games!! Several Titles!! Try Them ALL!!
- All stock is packaged in 6 x 9 inch envelopes.
- Each envelope contains everything you need to play.
- No dice — no boards — no props needed at all!!
- As long as you can read and have an imagination, these are the games for you.
- Great for all ages!!
Games for 8 players — $5.00 each
- Murder In Toyland -or- Rudolph Shines No More!
- Murder In The Family — The Patriarch is dead, and the only suspects are the members of his "loving" family
- Murder At the Chester Hotel — The setting and the killer are different, but this is a re-visit Murder In the Family. Happily playable even if you've played the other version.
- Trouble In A Tidy Town — Visit this warped version of "Gunsmoke" with Sheriff Dogood, Deputy Fetus, Miss Katty, and all the other murder suspects.
- Kilt In His Heart — A murder game set in the universe that spawned the anthology Bubbas Of The Apocalypse.
- He Needed Killin' — A Bubbas of the Apocalypse murder game. Come back to the the Trailer Park where it all began in Kilt In His Heart.
Games for 9 players — $5.00 each
- Murder By Germ -or- Death On A Satellite
Games for 10 players — $6.00 each
- When Good Karma Goes Bad — A Has-Been Hippie Murder Mystery
- Murder at the Happiest Place On Earth (Version #1) -or- Ding, Dong, the Mouse is Dead!
- Murder at Castle Black Moor — A Medieval Murder for 8 to 10 players. (Two players are optional, but they add a great deal of interest
Games for 11 players — $6.00 each
- Dress Up for Death — A Masquerade of Murder for 10 players and a moderator
- New Year's Day Of Death -or- Murder In A Blues Bar
Games for 12 players — $6.00 each
- Murder at the Happiest Place On Earth (Version #2) -or- Ding, Dong, the Mouse is Dead! Same situation as Version 1, but with two more roles, some new clues, and a different murderer!!
You have 45 minutes (played in three 15 minute rounds or acts) in which to solve the crime and prove your innocence. (You can play for longer or shorter periods, depending on the role playing skills of your players.)
Only the murderer may lie unless you receive instructions to the contrary in your individual instructions (contained on pages 7, 8 & 9). If someone seems to be lying, it will mean one of three things: 1) they are the murderer; 2) they haven't read their sheet well enough to know what they're supposed to be saying (Yes, it happens! Sigh!); or, 3) they have instructions to lie about some specific point. It's up to you to decide which applies.
You have each been given clues in your individual instructions. Please read these instructions thoroughly and be sure to give out all the clues you have been given. Remember that this is a role playing game, and give our your clues in the course of the game. Try to stay "in character" and have a good time!
The murderer must not confess till the very end of the game after everyone has had a chance to guess who did it. This includes spectators who happen to be watching and might want to guess. If you are the murderer, and are asked to guess before everyone has had a chance, simply finger one of the other suspects until the very end. When everyone has guessed, and the call goes out for the "real murderer," then read your confession, or memorize and ad lib.
Remember that this is a role-playing game. Act out your part and stay in character. Do not leave the room!
Make sure you have given out all your clues at the end of round three. You may have the one clue that is crucial in fingering the killer, so check all your clues thoroughly.