You can use any of our games for holiday parties.
Which holiday party games do we recommend for specific holidays?
We recommend these holiday party games for:
- Mardi Gras parties: “Mardi Gras Mayhem“
- Valentine’s Day parties: “The Case Of The Missing Matchmaker” or “The Love Letter” (all girls)
- Saint Patrick’s Day parties: “The Luck Of The Irish“
- Graduation parties and Prom parties: “Phony” and “Prom Pandemonium“
- Fourth Of July parties: “Heavenly Frolicking Fun“
- Baseball parties: “Out Of The Game“
- Halloween (and also New Year’s Eve): “Celebrity Celebrations” or “The Superhero Mystery” or “Mystery In The Library“
- Holiday and Christmas parties: “Who Killed Santa?“
- New Year’s Eve: “Fame, Money and Murder” (also good for family reunions).
Here is some feedback on our Christmas holiday party games
Linda Hurley, USA (Christmas party)
Linda sent in this feedback about her her “Who Killed Santa?” party:
Here are the promised pictures from the “Who Killed Santa” party, it was a lot of fun and everyone enjoyed themselves.
Thanks for your help,
Feedback on our Saint Patrick’s Day game
Norman sent in this feedback:
“Our annual St Paddys bash was a huge hit. This year we used your Luck Of The Irish mystery which I purchased for the event. We had over 30 participants and as you can see from the photos we used a suspect board and some additional “challenges” to make them earn clues…. We even created the “crime scene” in our front yard! As you can see they all got into the “dress for your part” instructions!!
What they’ve said about our Halloween party kit
Danielle sent in this feedback from her Celebrity Celebrations party:
I was looking for a way to celebrate Halloween this year that didn’t include the risqué costumes that people my age tend to sport at parties – and something where there was more involved than beer pong and keg stands. Once I found your site – I knew a murder mystery dinner was it! Being in our late 20’s and early 30’s – we were looking for something that would be a good fit, not too old, not too young – something that would keep us on our toes. We had so much fun with this – all the guests loved it! They asked if we could make it tradition and host a mystery party once a year! This had to be one of those most fun nights I have had in a long time.
I attached a few photos just so you can see the hilarious costumes – and so we can enter the contest. Please let me know if you need anything else. Have a wonderful week and thank you for your creativity!!
What they’ve said about our baseball game
Audrey Schroeder (baseball fundraiser)
Audrey sent in this feedback about using Out Of The Game as a baseball fundraiser:
The night went well – we adapted it to a large group – #170 people!“
[Editor – you may not believe this, but this picture is of a boy playing Petticoat Peterson – the victim.]
New Year’s party game feedback
Kari Jones, Norway
Serena and Pebbles
Duncan Dockafeller and Polly Darton
Kari sent in this feedback from her Fame, Money and Murder New Year’s party:
“Here are some photos of the game we played on New year’s Eve. I think “Pebbles” had made a particular good effort! We played the game on New Year’s and had a great time. Hopefully the pictures speak for themselves. Thanks! We had a great time!
Reviews of our Prom kit
Bonnie approached us a few months back with an idea for a mystery about a prom party. Normally we charge to create mysteries from scratch, but we thought it was such a good idea, that we would do it for free as it would be great for prom parties. Bonnie contributed lots of great ideas. This is her feedback from her Prom Pandemonium party: “We had a blast on Saturday night!