“This is a game of who dunnit! You have 48 hours to hold the suspects while you investigate the evidence and solve the case. Do you have what it takes?” — read more
It is 1937. Late this afternoon Bugsy Marlowe came to the Dunwich Tower Hotel for reasons that are still unclear. He was standing in the lobby chatting with some associates when the elevator door opened. No one got out. A few seconds later as the elevator door began to close, someone fired a gun from inside the elevator car. The bullet hit Bugsy in the head, killing him instantly.
Everyone in the lobby ducked and ran for cover. the elevator, now closed, had begun moving once again. Several witnesses reported seeing the elevator lights stopping on the fifth floor. Hotel staff immediately disabled the elevator, sealed off the staircases and called the police. The killer was now trapped on the fifth floor.
The police arrived at the hotel and immediately began their investigation of the crime scene. Several detectives were then directed to the fifth floor where five guests were staying, each in separate rooms. All five guests were taken to the police station for questioning.
One of them is the killer. Can you figure out who done it?
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So I have played this game twice (sort of). The first time was with a large group, but I had problems with my internet connection and I missed most of it, and all of the audio and video bits. My team managed to solve the mystery - but everyone seemed a little bit confused afterwards as to how they got there, as everyone did different parts of the game.
The owner was kind enough to let me play again because of the internet connection problems that I had experienced the first time. This time I played with just my husband on only one device and I had a totally different experience! The game is very well made and the puzzles were VERY satisfying. Some very clever little twists, it was lots of fun. I really enjoyed being a part of every puzzle playing on the one device. Playing as a large group was a little quicker, but you do miss out on some things.
Regardless of how many on your team, I highly recommend this game!
This is a game of who dunnit! You have 90 minutes to investigate the evidence and solve the case. Do you have what it takes?
$17.40–$21.00 Per player