Murder Mystery Party Games that you
play at home with your friends. 

Dress up as an interesting character, analyze the clues, interrogate the suspects, and catch the murderer.

A guaranteed fun party because it is simple to host,
easy to play, and a sure hit with everybody. 

 

Testimonial
Steampunk murder mystery
It’s a seance in the Steampunk world.
Guess what? Death is death.

’80s Prom murder mystery
Every high school kid’s dream, every
“night of the prom” nightmare.

Cowboy murder mystery
A bunch of cowboys on a train out west.
What could go wrong?

Egyptian murder mystery
Ancient Egyptians with age old greed, lust, scandal, and man’s oldest crime.

Beatnik murder mystery
Poetry, coffee, art, seduction, and death in the beat generation world.

These are just my first five games. I am working on five more right now. Keep your eye on this page for more titles.

Hand crafted Murder Mystery party games that you host at home for 6-12 players who dress up as their characters. One of them is the murderer and the others must figure out who it is over dinner and snacks. A unique, interesting, experience for your friends.
These carefully written, unusual mysteries, are fun and easy to play, though challenging to solve. As the drama unfolds you will end up acting your character without even trying. The characters have romances, skeletons in closets, shady goings on, and everyone will laugh as the human comedy plays out. You will lie, make accusations, and follow the clues where they lead with no artificial game breaks or reveals, and only two rules. You will either solve the mystery, or feel like you almost did. Either way you will enjoy the story and the hunt. Your party will be an absolute success because it’s so easy to host.
I liked playing murder mystery dinner party games, but I really wanted to make one my way, where the clues flowed naturally when studying the evidence and questioning each other. In these games you can lie, argue, deceive, fling accusations, or be convincing, just like people do. I also wanted to develop characters that were intriguing with interesting lives, that were funny, but not goofy. And that is what I have done.