COMMISSIONED GAMES

Are you looking for a game for a special occassion? Perhaps you want a game set around a particular theme, event or person? Maybe you need a game for a specific number of people. Whatever your requirements, we can write a game especially for you, tailored to meet the specific needs of your events. Find out more about commissioned games by emailing us for a no obligation quote.

 

 

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With their own Character Profile, guests will know their aims for the evening but they may not be as straightforward as they first appear. One person's success may be another's downfall so they will have to decide who they can trust and who will be out to betray them.

Deception, double-dealing, blackmail and subterfuge are the order of the day in a Blue Murder Game. With a Blue Murder Game there is no script to follow, you decide how you will achieve your own aims.

Each game contains the following to ensure your murder mystery evening is a success:

  • Comprehensive instructions for the Organiser
  • Plot background to help set the scene for you and your guests
  • Rules and tips on how to play the game
  • Complete character profiles detailing character background, secrets and aims for the evening
  • Clues and the Solution
  • Invitations

What's more, Blue Murder Games come in PDF format and are delivered by email to download directly to your desktop. This means there is no postage and packing to pay, no hanging around waiting for delivery and no game is ever out of stock. Games are delivered to the email address you supply during payment instantly.

Please note: printing, some photocopying and the provision of some physical items may be required for some games.

Non-key players are not supplied with a character profile but should be encouraged to attend in fancy dress appropriate to the game theme.

Our Games

*Best Seller*

It is 1978. Screaming Blue Murder are the hottest band on the rock ?n' roll scene. Big hair, tight lycra, a face full of make-up, lyrics that would make your mother blush and a lock-up-your-daughters approach to dating has made the four band members heroes to just about every teenager on the planet. Click Here to find out more.

Under The Hammer

There has always been a buzz surrounding the Fairfield County Annual Charity Ball and this year is no exception. Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the organisers have really pushed the boat out. They have decided to run an auction as part of the evening’s entertainment. Rumours have been circulating that a specially commissioned sculpture by award-winning local artist Connie Banks will be up for auction. With her growing reputation in the art world, the sculpture could be worth a fortune in the future. Click Here to find out more.

Just Desserts!

It is 1984. The era ‘greed is good’, material gain and ostentatious wealth is in full swing. Money talks, and everyone whose anyone will do just about anything to get a piece of the action. The family of the late TJ Ruby, the baker genius behind the multi-million dollar Just Desserts! bakery chain, are no exception. This dysfunctional family has had its quibbles, and this is going to be a trying time for everyone. Will they be able to stop bickering long enough to find out who is due to inherit what? But there is more than the distribution of several million bucks at stake here today... Click Here to find out more.

Hold Up!

The year is 1880 (just over thirty years after the California Gold Rush), and five passengers are riding the stagecoach from San Francisco to Sacramento. Along for the ride are two bank guards and a Wells Fargo lockbox with over $10,000 in gold. The road is rough. With not another soul in sight, the stagecoach stops. From above, the driver, Fred McDonald, shouts, "Bandit!" Click Here to find out more.

*Best Seller*

Who Shot Santa?

Every year the company Christmas party got worse and worse. The food was usually awful and the music was an earful, but no one ever expected this! Linda the new girl from accounting was in charge of the planning this year, and she decided to go with an 80's themed party. It was a bit wacky and wild- and everyone was really excited. There was tons of amazing food and lots of funny costumes. Of course she had to hire someone to play Santa. It was a tradition in the company; Santa would pass out the Christmas bonuses to all of the employees. Click Here to find out more.

White Christmas Colorado

The Hotkin’s Christmas party was legendary. There were always lots of food and music, and the most amazing apple tarts you have ever had in your life! Family and friends would gather in their large Aspen cabin for a night to sing carols and reconnect. With the children off at college, this year was particularly special. Now the family had its secrets, and there was no denying the tension that existed. Affairs, drugs, unplanned pregnancies, blackmail, and lying were only a few of the skeletons in the Hotkins closet. Many of the family members were estranged, and only saw each other on Christmas. They do their best to remain civilized for the few hours that they are together each year. Click Here to find out more.

Out With The Old

The Bromley’s New Year’s Eve parties were legendary. Every year they picked a different theme and went out all. This year it was “Viva Las Vegas” and their home was decorated to the hilt. In the garage stood a craps table, the living room was the black jack den, poker was played in the dining room, and an authentic roulette wheel stood in the family room. They even hired an Elvis impersonator for the night! Click Here to find out more.

How Blue Murder Games Work

Blue Murder games are fully interactive and it is recommended that players are given the freedom to move around and chat to everyone involved in the game. To this end, if food is being served, then a buffet style set-up is probably the best - especially if large numbers are involved. The key to a successful party is communication between guests.

Find out more about how to run your Blue Murder Game by downloading our guide on How To Play A Blue Murder Game here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Murder Mystery GamesWith A Twist!

Blue Murder Games supply you with a plot, you add the party, the people and the fun.

These are murder mystery games with a difference -

solving the murder is only part of the game and depending on your character, may well be the least of your worries.

Imaginative settings, which range from 1970s Glam Rock to American high-society balls, provide the backdrop for your game. Throw in some dubious characters, blackmail, double-dealing, hidden identities and, of course, murder and the scene is set for your guests to pit their wits against each other as they race to complete their tasks, protect their secrets and solve the murder.