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Talking Tables Host Your Own Murder Mystery at the Circus

Talking Tables Host Your Own Murder Mystery at the Circus

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£35.00
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£35.00
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About this 'Murder Mystery at the Circus Game’:
"Roll up, roll up and join us for an unforgettable night at the world-famous Starlight Circus!" The lights are low and the acts are limbering up under the Big Top - but who is lurking in the shadows? The real show is only just beginning as a trick of hand turns a night at the circus from dazzling to deadly. 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. Perfect for those looking to escape for an hour or two and provide some entertainment by searching for killer clues. As part of our 'Host Your Own' games range, this unique party game is 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 Circus Layout, 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 at the Circus Game’:
Inside the box, your customers will find a whole array of themed props, clues and weapons to set the scene in their own home. The host reads out the welcome speech to introduce the characters and unfold the story. There is a specific character for the host to play (Dani Dingaling - the host is not a suspect but still a participant) and the victim is not a guest - pages 3 & 4 of the instruction booklet give more detail. Players must work together to examine the evidence and piece together the clues to identify the murderer of Rollo Upp the ringmaster.