This is a realistic style murder case game that provides hours of challenging fun for family and friends. Perhaps you want to solve this murder by yourself. You will be provided realistic documents for a murder case that has gone cold and has never been solved. There will be crime scene photos, suspect photos and real life police documents. Any evidence that is used in a real murder investigation will be included with this murder case.
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The Murder of Julietta Winston. This is the murder case files of Julietta Winston. Julietta was found murdered in her Park Place apartment in Rockville Michigan. You will be granted full access to all the case files and documents for this murder case. Search for clues and gather information to obtain new subpoenas that may finally crack this case wide open.
Can you find the clues?
"This was our first case"and we absolutely loved it. It was very immersive, everybody was locked in to solve this. Amazingly fun!" . . Sam, Texas
"Fun for entire family""Everybody in the family loved this, kids and all. The kids were more involved than the adults. We absolutely can not wait to do more." Michelle, Florida
"Wow this is good stuff""Wow this is good stuff. If you like those crime tv shows then you will love this. Truly puts your thinking skills to work. We loved it." Marcy J, Canada
What's in the box
While we can not disclose everything included, some of the items are: Suspect Photos, Crime Scene Photos, Police Interrogations, Crime Scene Map, Autopsy Report, Subpoena Evidence, Newspaper Articles, Physical Evidence, Online Documents and more...
Best Game Night Ever!
An Immersive Experience
Murder Detective is a very Immersive Experience for all. Gather your friends or family and put together an epic game night. Once you start you will be locked in trying to discover the clues and evidence that has been overlooked by previous detectives. Build your team of clue hunters. What really happened? Who could have murdered Julietta. Who had the means, the motive and the opportunity for murder?