Mystery (Not Murder) Party Games
Mysteries with no deaths
Our “period” mysteries:
- Famous Couple Fantasy – although it is set in the future, it is about famous couples in history
- Heavenly Frolicking Fun – about famous Americans that have gone to heaven
- Kidnapped By Pirates – set in the times of Christopher Columbus
- Mystery In The Library – with various historical characters
- Out Of The Game – set in 1944 when the “The Boston Odd Sox” were playing “The Chicago Cheeky Chicks”
- Poetic Justice – set in the present but with 1920s characters
- The Luck Of The Irish – set in olden times.
Our “modern” mysteries:
- Hawaiian Lunacy
- Mardi Gras Mayhem
- Prom Pandemonium
- The Case Of The Missing Matchmaker
- The Crazy Clown Car Caper
- The Search For The Truth
- The Superhero Mystery
- Who Stole The Cookies?
Hold a mystery party and turn your home into a theater!
We have a number of mystery party games to choose from. There are kits for 8 to 16 players, 17 to 30 players, 17 to 50 players and 17 to 100 players. There are mysteries with a period theme and those with modern themes.
Feedback on our mystery not murder party game kits
Janet Umlauf, USA
“We did your clown caper. The kids costumes were hilarious…we really got into that one — lots of ad libbing. Decorations, etc. We had a blast! Our youth director is a body builder and he & his wife came as the Russian Gymnasts — complete with some impressive routines. Too fun. I will be sending a couple of pix soon. All the kids said this was the best one ever!! Such a fun evening. Thanks for providing your great scripts!! Jan”
Laura Fox, USA
Re a successful large group event using “Mystery in the Library”: “Hi Stephanie! The script was wonderfully written, my staff ad-libbed beautifully. We laughed for 4 hours straight. What a wonderful evening we had. Sincerely, Laura Fox”
Marte Kellogg, USA
“This [Hawaiian Lunacy] was an easy mystery to costume and everyone really got into their parts. We had a mural of a lagoon with grass huts along one wall, torches along the entrance walk. This was the 4th mystery we have done and, as usual, we maxed out our facility.”