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Talking Tables Host Your Own Murder Mystery at the Train

Talking Tables Host Your Own Murder Mystery at the Train

Regular price
£35.00
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£35.00
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About this 'Murder Mystery on the Train Game’:
"All aboard! The crew welcomes you onto the European Belle for an evening of timeless luxury and terror." Full steam ahead... but was that a scream from the dining carriage? An immersive experience for your customers to enjoy, this murder mystery game has characters for up to 12 players and is re-playable with 3 alternative endings. Ideal to take a step back in time for a 1930s themed dinner party, family games night or evening of fancy dress fun. Our best-selling 'Host Your Own' games range is comprised of traditional board games and unique party games designed for those looking to be the host with the most. Available in quantities of four, this murder mystery game makes a 'killer' addition to any gift shop, lifestyle store, garden centre or online games store looking for a unique game to complement their existing range.

Contents includes:
An Instruction booklet, 13x Name Badges, 12x Character Cards, 12x Secret Trait Cards, 12x Round One Cards, 12x Challenge Cards, 9x Murder Weapon Props, 3x Solution Sheets & Envelopes, 3x Sets of Round Two Cards, 3 Sets of Round Three Cards, 3x Award Trophies, 1x Evidence File, 1x Detective Notepad and 1x Accusation & Voting Pad

Recommended for age 16+ and 5-12 players.

How to play this 'Murder Mystery on the Train Game’:
Inside the box, your customers will find props, clues and weapons to stage a murder on a train - just like an Agatha Christie 'whodunnit' novel. Perfect for hosting a murder mystery night from their own home, the host reads out the welcome speech to introduce the characters and set the scene of the story. There is a special character for the host to play (Al Laboard - the host is not a suspect but still a participant) and the victim is not a guest - the instruction booklet provides more detail on this. Players must work together to solve the clues and identify the murderer before they strike again!