Engagement Party Idea: Try a Romantic
Mystery Game for an Exclusive Party!
You're about to discover an exciting engagement party idea entering the world of Dinner and a Murder Mystery Games!
It is time for the All Saints College Class of '57 Reunion. For one night we will return to the good old days when Elvis was at the top of the charts. Sock hops, hula-hoops and poodles were radioactive. Getting pinned meant something altogether different than it does these days.
This is a party idea offers you the possibility to have a lot of friends play with you. In fact you can play with up to 32 guests! It can be a dating game too, giving you the opportunity to gather your single friends and see what will happen!
Class of '57 was written to be a little different than the rest of mistery games. First of all the 12 main suspects are all couples very much in love. Couples will be working together at times to achieve goals. The ideal setting for your engagement party!
Surprise your friends with an engagement party they won't forget!
The couples may have some secrets from each other, but overall they will be working to protect each other. This gives the game a unique romantic flavor. To accommodate parties that may have some single people that aren't a part of a couple we are including free with each romantic game 2 of our Extra Character Packets for a total of 20 extra characters.
The Extra Character Packets add a little quirky flavor to the party. A subtle party idea that can create new engagements among your best friends!
Another peculiarity in the is that the murder happens before the game. Being a couples murder mystery we felt it would be too complicated to murder them both or only one. That is not to say that there won't be more murders during the evening. Those tend to happen in our games since we provide a lot of intrigue outside of the murder itself.
When you host a Dinner and a Murder Mystery Party your guests will be immersed in an evening of treachery, murder, blackmail and back stabbing. See how cunning your friends really are! Your engagement party idea is sure to be talked about for months to come.