Teen performance magicians converge to compete, but when the trophy can't be found before the contest begins, who made it do the disappearing act? Ask and gather the clues from the others and find out who decided to pull this unwelcome magic act. Note that each guest is expected to learn a simple m...
The party was really fun and everyone had a great time. Looking PAst Appearances was a neat theme, the magic tricks were fun and the scavenger hunt included in the mystery was a great activity within the story. We needed more clues or clearer clues to the thief. Overall it was a great party for our age group of 12 years old.OLIVIA B.
This site is excellent. I had such a fun time with this game. Almost everyone suspected one guest, and the person who did it suspected herself before she knew. Awesome fun! The author of this mystery deserves kudos! Thanks!Katy M. - Halstead, Kansas
We played this game for my son's 11th birthday... The guests had a great time dressing up, doing the magic tricks and following the clues. You need a few adults because at this age kids find it hard to translate clues from the paper into what they need to say and we had a few time when clues weren't revealed. When clues aren't revealed the evening stops (for a while anyway). My son and his friends had a great time. If you plan to do this one check out my host suggestions it will make it much easier for you to do.Rangi C. - waikerie, south australia
I had this for my daughters 14th party and it was so much fun. The girls all had a great time and i would recommend it to anyone!... - Australia
We held this Mystery Play for my son's 12th birthday and invited 7 friends. Everyone had a great time and the boys loved performing their magic tricks. Some boys needed a little help with working out their parts and what to say, but they still seemed to enjoy themselves. It certainly made for a memorable party and kept the boys entertained for a good few hours. (Including food and treasure hunt for the Trophy)Matt W. - UK