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Put on your sleuth's hat, get your magnifying glass and find out whodunnit! Mystery board games can bring a hush to the room as the players consider each others murderous intents. Great entertainment for all the family.

For more than 50 years, this mystery's kept everyone guessing! Poor Mr. Boddy's been murdered in his own stately home! Who could have done it? And how? And where? Was it Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory with the Revolver? Or did Miss Scarlet commit the crime in the Library with the Candlestick?

Mystery of the Abbey
Mystery of the Abbey is a new kind of "whodunit" game of deduction and intuition, set in a medieval abbey. Players compete and collaborate to solve the mystery by moving through the Abbey's beautifully rendered board and questioning their brethren. Gameplay is in turn fun, captivating and tense; the atmosphere, vivid; the immersion, complete.

Mystery at Hogwart's
To set the scene: imagine you are a student at Hogwarts and your first task is to solve a classic "whodunit". Was it Harry himself who conjured the Locotmotor Mortis Spell in the History of Magic Class? Or perhaps Draco Malfoy conjured the Forgetfulness Potion in the Transfiguration class? Or maybe Hermione broke the rules and conjured the Wingardium Leviosa Spell in Filch's office...

Pique your students' interest with historical facts and facts we were taught in school (and folklore) that are either untrue or undocumented! Questions, answers with explanations, historical mysteries, quizzes, puzzles, logic problems, and more!
October 7, 2009, 7:19 am

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