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Murder Mystery - The Champagne Murders Game

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  • Solve the mystery of the murder of Lord Michael Jagged
  • Set in Chelsea, London in the swinging sixties
  • Each guest is a suspect so it's their job to prove their innocence
  • Who will be the murderer at the end of the evening?
  • Great dinner party game for 8-10 players
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Let's set the scene -  it's 1967, the era of the swinging sixties, and we are in the home of Lord Michael Jagged in Chelsea, London. A group of socialites have rocked up to the Lord's house filled to brim with champagne and in the mood to party. As each guest eagerly awaits their host they are in fact met by Detective Austin McClue, who announces the shocking revelation that Lord Jagged has been murdered! Now each guest is under scrutiny and suspected of the murder, and now they must prove their innocence or perhaps hide their guilt!

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 a special cameo appearance by Michael Winner. This game is guarantee to be drop dead fun, and is ideal for lovers of the murder mystery series of games. This game is for 8-10 players and suitable for ages 13 and up.

Box Contains:

  • 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

Guests Include:

  • Terence Shrimp - An East End boy whose success as a photographer has taken him into the most fashionable social circles.
  • Martin X - A reclusive political rights campaigner from America, whose presence in England is not strictly legal.
  • Mary-Jane Faithless - Formerly the lover of Lord Jagged, now known as a pop star in her own right.
  • Wiggy - The most famous and glamorous model in the world, for this week at least.
  • Oliver Steed - Actor, raconteur and hell-raiser.
  • Kitty Killer - She looks like a sex starlet and claims to be a journalist, but everyone knows that really she's a secret agent.
  • Brian Sewer - The brilliant wine critic of the Evening Times whose snobbery and arrogance have endeared him to nobody. Unfortunately, his arrogance is justified.
  • Tamara-Fara Bucktooth - Famous for being famous, she is a regular fixture on the London social scene and is somehow related to Lord Jagged.
  • 'Champagne’ Charlie Bunson - A high-living entrepreneur whose connections with the London underworld have already attracted the attention of Scotland Yard.
  • Babs Crayfish - The girlfriend of 'Champagne' Charlie and a former nightclub-hostess, she now claims to be a legitimate actress.