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A murder mystery party is an event where guests play the suspects in a mysterious crime, taking directions from the host and working together to uncover clues and solve the mystery as a group. Playing With Murder's mystery party games come as downloadable PDF kits that include scripts, character sheets, printable clues and everything else you need to host a mystery party. Perfect for dinner parties!
Who Done It (Whodunit)
Who Done It? This game is a get-to-know-you style icebreaker in which players try to guess which person corresponds to each item written on notecards. The recommended group size is a medium sized group of about eight to sixteen people, although the game can be adapted to accommodate other sized groups. Playing this icebreaker indoors is most ideal. Materials required are: several notecards and pens.
If you're looking for a fun theme for your next dinner party or just want a cool reason to get friends together, consider hosting a murder mystery dinner party! Inspired by the game Clue, murder mystery dinner parties bring together guests for a dinner party, all the while the guests find themselves part of a ficticious murder mystery. During the murder mystery dinner, you will enlist guests to find out who killed Mr. Body — was it Mr. Green in the study with the candlestick or Ms. Scarlett in the lounge with the gun?
Most of us have seen the hit TV show, Whodunnit, where 13 guests are invited to solve several murder mysteries. If you have ever wanted to play Whodunnit, at a party or just with your friends, then this is the article for you. To create this article, 10 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has also been viewed 10, times. Categories: Murder Games. Learn more Method 1.
To play the "Who Done It" game, each party guest should be assigned a character, and there should be at least one room for each guest in attendance.
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To play the "Who Done It" game, each party guest should be assigned a character, and there should be at least one room for each guest in attendance. The game should be played in rounds with the guests asking one another questions each round to solve the mystery. When playing the "Who Done It" murder mystery game, it is advisable to assign characters to guests along with the party invitations. This way the guests are prepared and not coerced into a party game with which they are uncomfortable. An envelope should be prepared beforehand containing the killer's name, the murder weapon and the room in which the murder occurred.