Murder Mystery Game: Rocky Mountain Murder

Murder Mystery Game: Rocky Mountain Murder

Murder Mystery Game: Rocky Mountain Murder The Game: Spice up your party by adding a little mystery and a dash of murder to the evening. Just invite eight to ten guests to dress up and play the roles of the scheming suspects and youïre in for an evening of unforgettable fun! No one is who they appear to be . . . can you find the killer? The Crime: Welcome to the beautiful world of Banff, Alberta: A playground of adventure . . . and intrigue! Charles Vandersnoot, the wealthy owner of posh ski resort, Mystery Mountain, shocked everyone in Banff when he announced he was dying of a rare disease. Even more shocking was when Charles was found murdered ï killed by a single gunshot while riding his own chairlift!  Everyone is a suspect in this chilling crime! See if you can help expose the killer. The Suspects: Bunny Vandersnoot, Cecilia Vandersnoot, Chet Jet-Set, Doctor T Bar, Franz Flash, Gertrude Greenrun, Hank ïHot Dogï Hooper & Rudy Red-Eyes Extra Players (Non Suspects): Ranger Rick & Roxy Rundle The Contents: Party Planner Eight Character Booklets Two Character Booklets for bonus players Ten Character Profi les to include with invitations Ten Party Invitations and Envelopes Eight Secret Clues Compact Disc Co-host: Complete with introduction, evening commentary and solution to the mystery Suggested Age: Adult For 8 to 10 players  

Trying to see how the pieces fit and re-assessing where they can go if they do not fit is a good exercise to check and re-evaluate the choices. Each piece can only come in one place, so there is no compromise and negotiation that takes place in so many other aspects of modern life. This forces the player to continually re-evaluate his decisions and learns to be patient with the process because it is an integral part of the game.

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