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Murder Mysteries - mirla - 15-11-2011 21:30:45

Dag lieve vriendjes en vriendinnetjes,

Zoals de meesten van jullie wel weten heb ik een aantal Murder Mystery games.
En ik heb er net nog twee gekocht. (weeeeeee) Smile

Die krengen kan je helaas maar 1 keer spelen, dus ik dacht; 'laat ik degene die ik al heb gespeeld maar op marktplaats zetten".
En toen bedacht ik dat er misschien mensen zijn hier die wel een keer zo'n spelletje willen lenen. Dus heb ik mijn plan aangepast. Smile

Nu wil ik ze nog steeds verkopen, maar wel pas nadat iedereen die dat wil de mogelijkheid heeft gehad om er

Murder Mysteries - mirla - 15-11-2011 21:31:56

The Porthole Affair

The Time: 1935
The Place: RMS Olympic, the Titanic's sister-ship, bound for New York.
The Murder: A death served up at dinner followed by a suicide! Seems cut and dried...but is it?

The Scene: Over the course of a dinner party you must unravel the mystery and solve this intriguing whodunnit! You and your guests will each play the part of one of the suspects, sharing information and hiding guilty secrets as you decide who dun the dastardly deed!

The Suspects:
Angeline Desguys: The daughter
Eamon Etonian: The butler
Irma Patsy: The secretary
Esau Hytall: The emigre
Toby O'Notably: The long-lost son
Dawn Trodden: The maid
Edward 'Ed' Butte: The manservant
Enid Ann Hallaby: The companion

This thrilling Murder Mystery Evening is a battle of wits and cunning in which you'll vie to out-sleuth each other as you seek to solve the case and reveal the monstrous murderer in your midst!

Published By: Cheatwell Games
For 8 players

Murder Mysteries - mirla - 15-11-2011 21:37:19

An Affair to Dismember

One stormy Halloween night at the Castle Von Morgue, the creme de la creme of ghoul society have gathered for the engagement party of Neville Aster-Night and Lizzie Bordeaux.

A Storm Rages Outside and the Halloween midnight buffet at Castle Von Morgue is about to commence. Your host, Neville Aster-Night, is nowhere to be seen. As you all gather in the mourning room, the head servant apprises everyone of her masters' murder.

As you assume the role of one of these ghoulish characters and solve the mystery, you and your seven dinner guests will enjoy hours of suspense and intrigue. All you need is a sense of humour and a light-hearted approach toward deceit, larceny, and murder.


The Mummy of King Aldrinktotat
Uncovered twenty years ago, the Mummy left Egypt and stalks the globe painting the world red in search of a good time. Madness, mayhem and wanton destruction often follow in his wake. Always well-dressed in designer linen stripes, the Mummy is welcome in hot spots everywhere. He is also a celebrated author - his self help book Life Begins at 3,000 was on the best-seller list for years.

Balihi, The Rogersandhammerstein Monster
The Rogersandhammerstein Monster is constructed from the body parts of various and sundry individuals. He received a degree in decomposition from Juilliard and has been known to terrorize villagers with show tunes. His works include "Graveside Story," "Eternally Damned Yankees," and "Cats." While many women have tried to nail him down to marriage, he always broke loose before vows were ever exchanged.

Asthmadeus, The Prince of Dimness
The Prince of Dimness is deathly afraid of the dark, and he has never been accused of being the brightest flame in purgatory. But, what he lacks in brains, he makes up for in boyish good looks. The Prince spends his life party-hopping the world in his silver Rolls Royce (His brother got the gold one).

Hannibal Schecter
Hannibal Schecter is the world's only documented kosher cannibal. Following the strict dietary laws of his faith has always been a challenge for the hypnotically charming maneater. Hannibal can often be seen escorting tasty beauties to funerals, wakes, and other society functions. Not surprisingly, those beauties are rarely heard from again.

Glumda, The Wicked Witch of DePressed
Always jealous of the other more prosperous enchantresses, the Witch spends much of her days casting spells of mischief to pass the time. She rarely leaves her remote fortress, except to engage in her hobby of mile-high acrobatics on her broom.

Angela Deth, DDS
This beautiful dentist is famous for putting her patients under - six feet under, that is. This vivacious Dr. Deth earned the admiration of ghoulkind when she perfected the Intergenerational Root Canal, a procedure so painful your next of kin can feel it, too.

Aretha Garlique
The effervescent Aretha Garlique is renowned the world over the ethernet. She has done seances for royalty and heads of state and has aided the FBI and Scotland Yard in tracking down murderers.

Lizzie Bordeaux
This gothic and enigmatic woman hails from the south of France. Lizzie has had to fend for herself since her youth and has learned the cutthroat ways of business. A sharp and incisive woman, and never one to mince words, she's carved out a slice of the Transylvanian dream. She's the respected owner of the Motel California, one of Deadbolt's finer inns and is engaged to your party host Neville Aster-Night.

Murder Mysteries - mirla - 15-11-2011 21:38:20

Roman Ruins

Having mentioned your name in his Roman epic, the renowned poet, Flabbius Corpus, invites you to a banquet for the premier recitation of his historical work. When you arrive, you discover there's been a murder in the garden and a priceless statue is missing. You assume the role of one of these great Roman characters and solve the mystery. Like a history lesson come to life, the schemes of less-than-noble characters are laid bare.

An excerpt from the Annals of Tacitius:

"The Reign of Licentius Caesar" ... The sudden demise of the greatly beloved Disgustus Caesar could have thrown the Empire into chaos, had this wise ruler not had the foresight to plan an orderly succession. His will attested unequivocally to the character and ability of his chosen heir - his son, Licentius Caesar. Unlike his father at his accession, Licentius had not yet served as a senator, an administrator, or a military commander. In fact, about the only thing Licentius had accomplished thus far had been finishing grammar school - and even that substantially late. But Disgustus was known to be a shrewd judge of character, and Rome was reassured by his unqualified affirmation of Licentius' suitability, as expressed in his will. As he worked to gain the support and cooperation of the various aspects of the Roman power structure, Licentius depended on the talents of his life-long friend, the poet, Flabbius Corpus. Flabbius was best known for his popular works, collected in the Writ of Flabbius Corpus. Eager to enjoy the respect of posterity, as well as the esteem of the populace, Flabbius gathered material for an epic history of the reign of Licentius. . .

Licentius Caesar
Rotunda Immaculata
Maximus Testosterus
Bogus Fortunatus
Flotilla Submergia
Harangus Adnauseum
Mercedes Acceleratti

Murder Mysteries - JLT* - 16-11-2011 15:04:25

Ik vond Rome het leukst denk ik Smile ook vanwege de wijn. Tongue