It is October 29, 1929. The luxury cruise liner H.M.S Flapper is only a day or so out from its destination of New York after the journey from England. On board is a rare collection of the times rich, famous and perhaps infamous. On the last evening of the cruise the Captain has gathered some of...
What a hoot of storyline and I really enjoyed the characters. The Titanic-esque dimensions of the story gave me a cheeky chuckle or two. Get a little squiffy on champagne for this one and you'll have a great night in.Ted S.
What a fantastic evening, the game was just wonderful we had 5 guys and 5 girls, although there were 6 girl characters, we made one of the guys come dressed as a girl which just set the tone of the evening as you can imagine. One of our guy friends dressed in girls clothing with make up and everything. It went of so well and was enjoyed by everyone, I highly recommend this game. It was so easy and the guests kept on looking at the Murder and we thought well that was easy, but when it came to the crunch of revealing who it was they were so muddled by the end everyone changed there minds except one.Dave a. - Piqua, Ohio
We played this fantastic game 2 years ago and people are still talking about it. We are now forced to pick another one for this year.Richard K. - San Diego
This was truly a fun party and I suggest that anyone that decides to host a party to not hold back, dress appropriately for your character and serve great food and drinks.Scarlett N. - Oak Island, NC
The entire evening was fun...from round 1 (appetizers) to Round 4 (dessert). The characters came alive from the wacky interpretations by my guests! It was a grand way to celebrate my 50th! No one was able to figure out the real murderer.Debbie B. - MI
This was our first murder, so my husband read all the clues so that he could nudge the game along where necessary. This was good. We had a great time because our guests really got into their parts and came more dressed up than I expected. The twist at the end was a little odd. When it came to guessing "who did it" no one did. I don't think the clues eluded to it at all and actually had storylines going in every direction for all the other characters. We would definitely play again. We were fortunate because we invited fun and willing participants to act and have a good time!Natalie F. - California
I am in sixth grade and all of my friends had a blast. It was sooooooooo much fun. I truly reccomend it!!!Trinity S. - Paso Robles, ca