INVESTIGATE THE MURDER OF A RENOWNED CHEF - Solve a murder mystery with friends. Open the Death by Chef’s Knife Case File to start the crime scene investigation. Famed chef Lorenzo Ritelli has been murdered in his own New York restaurant. The hunt is on to find a killer and it’s up to you to solve this culinary mystery. This Case File includes all the evidence you need to solve the murder. Review every clue and piece of evidence in this unsolved mystery case file.
IMMERSIVE STORY AND REALISTIC EVIDENCE - This Case File includes crime scene photos, suspect interviews, newspaper clippings, and much more to help you determine who committed murder. All the evidence has been curated to present the most realistic experience possible (no fake handwriting). This murder mystery game in a box is the perfect gift for friends and family who love mystery board games and is perfect for family game night, an evening with friends or for date night for couples who love cold case murder mysteries. Get your Sherlock on to solve this murder mystery.
AMERICA’S FAVORITE MURDER MYSTERY PARTY GAME BRAND - If you are a crime junkie who loves cold-case stories and escape room games, then you’ll love Murder Mystery Party products. University Games first began selling Murder Mystery Party games back in 1985. Today, adults become the detective and dive into realistic case evidence. Like our original Murder Mystery Party games, our Case Files are the perfect game to play in an evening with a dinner party. This mystery in a box is the perfect addition to your game room activities and also makes a great Halloween game.
DETERMINE MOTIVE, MEANS AND OPPORTUNITY - Murder Mystery Party Case Files is the only game where players solve the murder the way a real detective would. Players need to hunt through the evidence to find the killer and determine the motive, means and opportunity of each suspect. During a murder investigation, a detective must answer the following 3 questions: 1) Motive: Who had a reason to kill the victim? 2) Means: Who had access to the murder weapon and victim? 3) Opportunity: Who had a chance to kill the victim? Is any particular person unaccounted for during the time the victim was killed?