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Fantasy Flight Games Whitehall Mystery
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- Draws directly from history for rich detail and dramatic pacing
- New location offers a streamlined version of the original game
- Optional rules customize gameplay to suit both new and experienced players
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Jack the Ripper returns with another grisly game of cat-and-mouse in Whitehall Mystery, a new standalone game from the Letters from Whitechapel series. A new team of investigators must track the killer through London's twisted alleys as he plots to leave severed limbs at four different locations scattered throughout the city. Players must choose to either become London's most notorious killer, or capture Jack and end his reign of terror.
Legal DisclaimerWhitehall Mystery 2-4 players, ages 13+, 60-90 minutes By Fantasy Flight Games
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In Whitehall Mystery one player takes on the role of "Jack" the serial killer. the other takes on the role of Scottland Yard trying to hunt him down. Jack makes all his moves around the Whitehall district secretly on a pad of paper. Scottland Yard tries to figure out where he's moving, where he is going, and ultimately where he is hiding so they can arrest him.
The game play is very simple but feels deep and thought provoking. It's a joy to play both Jack and Scottland Yard. It is also fairly easy to play with newer gamers or people who don't play a lot of complicated board games.
The pieces are very nice and well made. The handful of cards in the game are made out of punch board, which I like. The fold out board is beautiful with a very nice looking map of the Whitehall District in London. The plastic minis are also high quality. I really enjoy Jack with his top hat and overcoat. The icing on the cake is the rule book, which teaches the rules while also presenting the true facts of the case the game is based on. I love true crime and history, so this was a major bonus.
Overall, I love this game. My wife and I play it more than any other game in our collection at this point. (and my wife isn't much of a board gamer, she prefers video games, but she likes this). If you like intriguing mystery games or you enjoy a bit of history, go ahead and give this one a try.