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This game includes twenty original Sherlock Holmes adventures. The object is to go around the board and gather clues. Once you solve all 20 cases, there are several more sets full of new cases. Additional cases for the game are also available.
A future world of human misery, squalor, oppression, disease, and overcrowding, sets the tone for Android, a board game of murder and machination. Players take on the roles of one of five detectives, each with his own strengths, weaknesses, and personal demons. These detectives are given two weeks to to solve a mysterious murder case. between the city of New Angeles and moon colony Heinlein chasing down leads, calling favors, and uncovering the sinister conspiracy beneath it all. In addition, the detectives will have to deal with problems that come up in their personal lives. After the murderer has been revealed, Victory Points are tallied and the player who has best managed all of the tasks listed above will come out with the most and solve the mystery of Android!
The 39 Clues: Search for the Keys
Based on the best-selling series of books, this game pits teams of players against each other in a race throughout the world. To win, a team must visit four mysterious locations and gather enough clues to unlock the secret chamber. In The 39 Clues: Search for the Keys board game, players race around the world gathering keys by solving clues, decoding messages and tripping up the competition. The first player to collect 4 keys wins. Sound easy? Well think again. Be ready to match wits with other players as an international journey of discovery and chicanery is revealed. Let's begin the adventure; the hunt is on!
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - The Board Game
The evidence is clear, CSI: The Game is even more fun than the hit TV show! Join the TV show's characters to collect evidence in all 7 crime lab divisions: interrogation, autopsy, identification, trace, ballistics, forensics and DNA. As you navigate the gameboard, you'll use cutting edge scientific methods and old-fashioned police work to build a case against one of three suspects. The first player to enter Grissom's office with a correct Arrest Warrant proving means, motive and opportunity, wins. Game features eight classic CSI-style crime stories. Includes suspect and evidence cards, arrest warrant/checklist pads, and a CSI handbook packed with descriptions, crime scene photos and more. For 2-4 players/teams. Ages 13 to adult.
Law & Order Board Game Tin
One of the most popular and critically-acclaimed series in television history is now a game you can play at home! Players become detectives and compete to solve realistic cases as they travel around the board. Interview witnesses, interrogate suspects, gather evidence and collect clues as you try to unravel the case. First player to correctly identify the suspect wins. Features four complete cases with different possible solutions. 2-4 players, ages 13 and up.
Mansions of Madness
Mansions of Madness is a macabre board game of horror, insanity, and mystery for 2-5 players! Gather your fellow investigators and unravel the dark mysteries within... before it's too late. Horrific monsters and spectral presences lurk in manors, crypts, schools, monasteries, and derelict buildings near Arkham, Massachusetts. Some spin dark conspiracies while others wait for hapless victims to devour or drive insane. It's up to a handful of brave investigators to explore these cursed places and uncover the truth about the living nightmares within.
Mind Trap - Shadow Mysteries
Move beyond the obvious with Shadow Mysteries, the ultimate whodunnit for the super sleuth in you! Each card tells the story of a crime or mystery. It's up to you to decipher the clues and figure out the mystery. Based on the popular Mind Trap game, Shadow Mysteries contains 486 puzzles, mysteries, conundrums and trick questions will pull you into the unknown. Without a shadow of a doubt, you'll be intrigued. Ideal for building problem solving, visual spatial skills, and creativity.
Mona Lisa Mysteries
Do You Have Da Vinci's Masterpiece? The Mona Lisa Mysteries Game is based on the real events from 1911 when the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre! Players act as wealthy art collectors who bid on the services of art "experts" to rate their copy of the Mona Lisa. Through careful strategy and market manipulation, the player with the highest valued Mona Lisa at the end of the game has the "real" Mona Lisa and wins the game. Each time you play a new game the experience will be fresh and unique.
Murdero is a rummy-style card game with a Film Noir flair! Players build their own case files by creating card sets numbered 1 through 5. There are three different case colors: red displaying the criminal underworld, blue depicting the film world, and green representing the political world. The more Case Cards in your set, the more points you score. The higher the card number, the fewer the cards (for example: there are not as many fives as there are ones); therefore as the game progresses, the tenser it becomes. Once a player creates a complete case file, he/she scores additional points, and everyone then tallies their scores. Any cards left in their hands are deducted from their accrued points. The first player to score 100 points is the winner!
Murder Mystery Mansion
On a dark and stormy night, a man seeks shelter in an old mansion - and then he mysteriously vanishes. In Murder Mystery Mansion two teams of players take turns creating and solving mysteries. Each team will have to determine as quickly as possible who did it, how it was done, what the murderer's motive was, and exactly where the killing occurred. On its turn, a team will have 12 guesses to solve the mystery in an effort to move further up the steps to the 3-D mansion itself. Any of a cast of creepy culprits could have committed the horrific homicide. The quicker you solve the murder, the faster you win!
Mystery of the Abbey
Mystery of the Abbey is a new kind of "whodunit" game of deduction and intuition, set in a medieval abbey. Players compete and collaborate to solve the mystery by moving through the Abbey's beautifully rendered board and questioning their brethren. Brother Adelmo is dead and foul play is suspected. You are charged with the task of discovering which of the resident monks in this formerly quiet and peaceful abbey is responsible for this evil deed. Gameplay is in turn fun, captivating and tense; the atmosphere, vivid; the immersion, complete. Constant interactivity between the players, intelligent questioning and dynamic intrigue make Mystery of the Abbey the game of choice for an hour of fun with friends and family alike.
One player takes the part of Mr. X and slinks around the city, leaving clues for the others who are the Scotland Yard detective team. Was the elusive Mr. X last seen at Buckingham Palace or Madame Tussaud's? Did he travel by bus or taxi? Strategy skills and teamwork will help Scotland Yard players trap Mr. X and win the game. If, on the other hand, Mr. X manages to escape capture, he wins! Includes playing board, log book, one visor, six playing pieces, 20 cards, 125 travel tickets and instructions.
Sherlock Card Game
The Sherlock Card Game is the game where memory and deduction are "elementary"! At the beginning of the game, each player tries to remember each of the eight items in the circle before they are turned facedown. Next, Sherlock begins to travel from one card to another. Every time Sherlock stops at a facedown card, the player has to remember what object is on that card. Sherlock continues to move, as long as the player guesses correctly. If Sherlock travels to a previously revealed card, then the player gets to keep that card. The first player to collect six cards is the winner! The Sherlock card game was nominated for "Children's Game of the Year" (Kinderspiel des Jahres) in 2003.
Simply Suspects -The Game Of Suspicion and Betrayal
Simply Suspects is a fast-action game of suspicion and finger pointing. Much like Spy Alley, Simply Suspects is deceptively ssimple yet surprisingly intense. The advantage that one player may appear to have can change with a single move. You are never sure which suspect will escape the Grand Jury and win the game. For 2-6 suspects.
Scour the living room for listening devices, fine tune those foreign accents, turn up the collar on the trench coat, and dig in to some international intrigue in the safety of the family game room with Spy Alley. If you are the first to arrive safely in the embassy of the country identified on your I.D. card, after having collected the password, your disguise, the code book and key, then you win the game. Includes game board, 6 scorecards, 6 spy identification cards, 40 free gift cards, 36 move cards, game money, 6 game markers, 144 pegs, and die. For 2 to 6 players ages 8 and up.
Mystery Jigsaw Puzzles
Mystery Jigsaw Puzzles - Alphabet Murder Series
A mystery jigsaw puzzle game. Read the story, assemble two puzzles and solve the murder. Sounds easy? Well, consider this: the two 500 piece puzzles, the before and after evidence of the crime, come in the same bag! Also, be warned: The box cover is not the same as either of the two puzzles. Even after you put the puzzles together, there's still the mystery to solve. Hours of head-scratching fun. Available games: A Is For Arson, B Is For Bullet, C Is For Chocolate, D Is For Diamonds, E Is For Espresso, F Is For Feline, G Is For Golf, and H Is For Housewives.
More Mystery Jigsaw Puzzles:
- A Recipe For Murder
- Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Jigsaw Puzzle
- Murder on the Titanic Mystery Jigsaw Puzzle
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