'Million Dollar Ranch House Race' Synopsis
8 - 10 Guests (18 and over)
T.V. Producer Joan Frank first made a name for herself with her made-for-video series “Nutjobs.” The videos featured inebriated college men dared to engage in asinine stunts. With her latest project, Ranch House Race, Joan hopes to bring it up a notch. She’s assembled a cast of contestants and crew on an isolated south Texas ranch for the filming of this reality T.V. show. Contestants will hunt and scheme to locate a hidden million dollar treasure. If this show proves successful, Joan may finally gain the respect she deserves as one of Hollywood’s top—or at least mediocre—producers. But this treasure hunt turns to mayhem when the first day of filming reveals a murderous plot twist no one predicted. And now these treasure seekers have a new mystery to solve: Who murdered Joan Frank?
A present day murder mystery for 8-10 people that combines treasure hunting, show business, and south Texas adventure. Great for reality-T.V. fans, family or social gatherings, backyard barbeques, or indoor/outdoor parties.
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
Sunday, August 10, 2008
These games are clue-based murder mysteries where all players are suspects and everyone tries to solve the crime. The mystery is divided into rounds. During each round the guests receive clues that will unfold the mystery. You will want to try to match the number of guests with the number of characters. These games are generally designed for small gatherings and are often played in a dinner party setting.
These games are designed specifically for adults. They may contain adult language and/or adult relationships.
Male and Female
Male and Female
This game is designed to include male and female guests.
For entertainment purposes, less serious. The purpose of these games is to have fun, solving a mystery is just a way of accomplishing that. These games put more emphasis on interesting characters and unusual relationships than the clues or motive. Some times the clues are down right ridiculous in these games, and that is half the fun.
These games are based on the popular murder mystery games design where all players are suspects and everyone tries to solve the crime. You will want to try to match the number of guests with the number of characters. These games are often played in a dinner party setting.