You can’t mask murder

From $20,90

It’s the annual masked ball at the Belladonna Hotel, an evening that promises unprecedented glitz and glamor. Expensive perfumes trail behind exquisite evening dresses, and the guests clink champagne glasses under the chandelier’s soft glow. Each mask is more dazzling than the last—and so are the secrets each smile conceals. The air crackles with tension as Viktor Kalkhoff, the city’s most notorious (yet elegant) drug lord confronts his ex-wife Belinda. Rumors abound: the recent arrests, some say, are due to a mole in Viktor’s own ranks. And the police—are they really as corrupt as the whispered anecdotes make them out to be?

The evening reaches its climax with an extravagant fireworks display, the thunderous bangs and glittering cascades demanding everyone’s attention—until sudden screams pierce the explosions overhead. There, spotlighted by the flashing fireworks, a woman lies lifeless in her snow-white dress.

Take a look at the Murder Mystery Party

Our preview gives you an insight into the game. You’ll see the 10 person version of the game, where the role of the detective is playable. All the characters are suspects, except the detective, who arrives at the scene of the crime after the murder. In the versions for 9 people and less, the detective is a non-playable character.

Print and play

You can’t mask murder is an exciting, elaborate murder mystery party for 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 players. After you pay, you’ll receive an email with the download link to the game (10 MB, 65 pages, zipped PDF file). All you have to do is download the game, print the relevant pages, and start playing!

How our murder mystery parties work

You’ll find a brief overview on the “What is a murder mystery party” page. We write each game for a specific number of players. There are no optional or supporting roles (that’s too boring!). If one of your guests cancel, we’ll happily exchange your purchase for a version to match your number of guests at no charge.

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