'Murder in the Wild West (Large group teen version)' Synopsis
Large groups of 12 upwards
Marshall T. Pott is due to join the lavish party being thrown at the Last Chance Saloon, when shots ring out and he falls dead from the balcony. Host your own party to find the answer to ‘who shot the Sheriff’.
Join the guests at Lil's Last Chance Saloon in Dodgy City for an evening of fun and laughter. Now that Marshall T. Pott has cleaned up the town what could go wrong. A wild west adventure for a large group with a central cast of 8 characters. Suitable for teens
Register for this Game
Registration is free, but you will need to purchase to see the materials:
- Host Instructions
- Guest Instructions
- Character Descriptions
- Character Motives
- Game Clues
- Print-able Invitations
- Email-able Invitations
- Invitation Tracking
- Name Tags
- Pre-Game Clues
- Suggested Recipes
- Tips from Other Hosts
- Bulk Emailing Tools
- Scripts (Large Group Games Only)
- Cast Materials (Large Group Games Only)
Team-Building Features (Available only in Team Building version)
- Facilitator's Instructions
- Team Assignments Tools
- Team Building Activities
- Table Tents
- Team Building Tips and Suggestions
- Questionnaires and Team Review Tools
Host a murder mystery party for your teenager, or let them host it themselves. This selection of Mystery Parties are designed for teen sleuths. These games are great for Birthday Parties, Family Get-Togethers or Graduations.
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This game requires some or all guests/cast members to read from a script. The script will reveal key elements of the mystery. Generally the script is used to provide a framework for dialogue and is not to required to be memorized and read word for word. Games with scripts will often have casts and are commonly used in our large group games. Click here to see how the large group murder mystery games are played.
The large group murder games are designed for parties with 15 or more guests. These games are ideal for corporate events or large personal parties. You'll need to provide 6-8 people willing to take part in the mystery as the primary suspects, victim(s), detective and killer. They'll have full knowledge of the script, which means they'll know whodunit. The rest of your guests will take on the role of detective and it will be their job to solve the case. Essentially, everyone will have a crucial part in the mystery.
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