We created a FREE murder mystery game for you to download and play with your crew!
There's been a murder — murder mystery game, that is! With the help of my pals, we created a super fun 80s summer camp murder mystery game. We played this at the start of the stay-at-home orders, and I thought it was a fun way to interact and play with my friends while being apart. You can find the full document with instructions, tips, and character cards below for FREE!
We hope you enjoy this murder mystery game!
There are actual games in this issue. We've developed some original games with a little culture and a lot of fun. Grab the cousins or a group of friends and play together online (or in-person one day). Have fun!
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