A murder mystery game for 13-21 guests and one or two hosts, set at the royal court of Queen Elizabeth I of England. By Freeform Games.
Homicide, horse-trading and horrid goings-on: a murder mystery in which it's not just the horses that get taken for a ride! By Murder Mystery Games.
You have been invited to attend a country house weekend in England in August, 1924. But you do not know your host or the other guests. Why were you invited? You'll find out in time... By Murder Mystery Games.
Immerse yourself into British High Society with this classic whodunit. If you love the Agatha Christie style British murder mystery then this game is for you. By Host-Party.
Teachers and pupils have gathered to honour the memory of Bishop Cakes, who established the St. Cakes school. But a murder mars the celebration and makes it a day the headmaster would sooner forget! By Murder Mystery Games.
The estate of Baroness Audry Von Munchen is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Can you outbid the opposition, keep your dark secrets quiet and unmask her murderer? By Murder Mystery Games.
A theatre audience watches in horror as Vincent Royle, one of the leading actors of his generation, dies horribly on stage. Was his death due to natural causes, or was he murdered? By Murder Mystery Games.
A weekend party at an English castle includes a formal English buffet supper, 19th century music and games, a casual breakfast, and of course, a murder mystery. By SimpliFun Studios.
A Victorian murder mystery set at a New Year's Eve party in 1899, where murder is an uninvited guest. By Murder Mystery Games.
The Duke of Felthorpe has suffered a tragic accident, but was his death as innocent as it seems, and will his last will and testament remain unchallenged? By Murder Mystery Games.
Lord Shippe was the victim of a tragic shooting accident ... or was it? Over the course of a dinner party you must unravel the mystery and solve this intriguing whodunnit! By Cheatwell Games.