Murder Mystery Party Games - A Taste for Wine and Murder
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- The Taste for Wine and Murder Mystery Party Game is a dinner party in a box
- A body was discovered at California vineyard, and you must solve the murder before the killer strikes again
- Includes 8 character booklets, 8 party invitations, 8 nametags, 8 crime scene clues, party planning booklet plus bonus CD
- For 8 players 18 and over
- University Games offers you and your family creative games that are easy to learn and fun to play
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In 1985, University Games introduced the Murder Mystery Party to the world as its first game. 31 years later, these parties-in-a-box still include everything players needs to solve a murder during an evening with friends. The annual wine-tasting festival in California Wine Country is in full swing when the body of local vineyard owner, Barry Underwood, is found hidden beneath his wine cellar. Barry has been missing for six long years but with the discovery of his body comes a wealth of new clues to solve the mystery. It's a vintage murder and you may be a suspect.
Put on your own mystery dinner theater: murder's on the menu, and everyone's a suspect in this grownup game for six to eight players. The game includes everything you need to serve up mystery, murder, and fun: a shopping list, menus, and recipes by cookbook author Sandra Gluck; eight party invitations and envelopes; place cards; secret clues; and, best of all, a murder mystery to solve. Just invite your friends to dress up and play the roles of the devious suspects (each with his or her own character booklet with roles and background info): Otto Von Schnapps, Tiny Bubbles, Papa Vito, Marilyn Merlot, Ralph Rottingrape, Hedy Shablee, Bonny Lass, and Bud Wizer. Serve up a meal or light snack, play the (included) cassette tape with its introduction, summary of events, and solution to the crime. Find out who killed California vineyard owner Barry Underwood, and why. --Rebecca Hughes
Legal DisclaimerPeter Flack and P.F.Enterprises Also know as pe7e is not responsible for any damages health or otherwise from the use of this product.
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We had a friend who was an amazing host at his campground and we threw the suggested menu out the window and our host was gracious enough to offer to serve us. We didn't have to pause the game to get refills or to get the next food item. We all thought this added to the experience. He said over and over what fun it was to watch as someone who was not participating.
I highly recommend this game to people who like to play games and are willing to be a little silly. If you are getting together with people who are more into discussing politics and religion by all means get together with them but I wouldn't suggest this game for them.
The game says not to reveal anything other than the brief overview the invitation gives but it would be fun to replay with two or three people who have already played. I will be doing this and think it will be fun to have a background and be able to be even more involved with the character.
At times the information provided to your wasn't enough to properly answer questions that other players asked. After each round you would learn a little more about your character, at the same time other players did.
We got confused a couple times, and the killer was accidentally spoiled to us because that player accidentally showed us the last page of their book, where they were informed they were the killer.
I feel like when I use this again, i'm going to have to make my own booklets with all the information on your character given up front.