Murder Mystery Death By Chocolate Game
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- Uncover the truth behind who killed chocolatier Billy Bonka
- It's Easter Sunday 1900 and it's up to you to find the killer
- Who will be the murderer at the end of the night?
- Murder mystery game is ideal for any dinner party
- For 6-8 players and includes a DVD
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It's Easter Sunday 1900, the day of relaxation and of celebrating the day Jesus sacrificed himself for the good of Christianity. Paris is the focal point for this day in 1900 as millions flock to the opening weekend of the International Exposition. An elite group of people are staying at the Hotel Paradiso for the event, but as they gather for dinner something is not right. Suddenly a huge explosion occurs from one of the rooms and the American chocolate manufacturer Billy Bonka is found dead, having suspiciously been killed by an exploding Easter Egg. All eyes begin to fall on those who were around him and now everyone must prove their innocence and find the killer, with the help of Hercule McClue of course
For lover's of the popular Murder Mystery series this is the perfect game to play with a group of friends. All you have to do is choose which of your friends play's what character and create a shopping list for the food you want to serve at your party. Then after your meal you have a tricky murder to solve.
This game includes a DVD with narration to guide you through the mystery. This game is guaranteed to be drop dead fun, and is ideal for lovers of the murder mystery series of games. This game is for 6-8 players and suitable for ages 13 and up.
- Party Planner with rules, receipts, music and decorating tips
- Character booklets including their roles, background information and a few tasty secrets
- Place cards
- Party invitations with envelopes for each character
- Six secret clues
- CD with introduction, scene setter, summary of events and solution to the crime
- 'Chocolat' Bertrand - The greatest legend of the Belgian chocolate industry, he is known as much for his ruthless business practices as for his suave bonhomie.
- Marchioness Duchamp - An internationally notorious artist, whose work has scandalised two continents, and whose private life has done much the same.
- Maria Von Schnapps - The young businesswoman who has just taken over as head of a long-established Swiss chocolate firm.
- Mike Bison - The rising star of American boxing, he's in Paris for the Olympic Games, where he's sure that he'll win a gold medal.
- Dame Barbara Carthorse - The most celebrated beauty in England, as well as a hugely popular romantic novelist.
- Dr Doris Johnson - An amateur archaeologist specializing in the Aztec culture, she is regarded as being eccentric even in a field populated by eccentrics.
- Dr Sigmund Fraud - The controversial psychologist whose theories have won him a small band of devoted disciples and the hatred of conventional society.
- Little Fitz - The most sensational cabaret star of the day, he shares his ventriloquist act with his dummy Ziggy.