The Final Curtain
The Final Curtain is a murder mystery party game for 7 to 14 guests – download the free introductory pdf file.
Tragedy has struck in the normally quiet world of Littledean Theatre. During a performance of the thriller The Final Curtain, Vincent Royle, the leading actor, has collapsed to the floor, dead. Amidst the screams and gasps from the audience and cast members the curtain comes down and the investigations begin. It seems that Vincent’s death is not by natural causes and Scotland Yard believe it is murder!
However, in true theatrical style, the show must go on. Vincent’s understudy plays his role the next night and afterwards all the company are called together by the theatre manager, Jay Fitzharing.
More than just a boxed version of a murder game, The Final Curtain provides you with everything you need to run a fun, participative event for 7 to 14 people. Every guest has a character, with their own objectives and money and/or props, making the game both memorable and enjoyable for all kinds of people.
The Final Curtain is a 1920s murder mystery which runs for approximately three hours and welcomes you to the world of Littledean Theatre where artistic temperaments and theatrical secrets go hand in hand with cigarette holders and feather boas.
The free introductory pdf file contains a list of all the guests, an invitation to send to your guests, and a copy of the Littledean Bugle – plus details of how to buy the game. The game is yours over the internet in 3 simple steps:
Buying The Final Curtain
The Final Curtain costs $37.99 (US dollars).
To purchase The Final Curtain, follow these three steps.
Step 2: Go to the Murder Mystery Games Ltd secure online shop.
Step 3: After you've entered your credit card or PayPal details, you'll be emailed the location of the main pdf files, plus the password required to unlock them. You can then download those files and enjoy the game!
Terms of Trade
Remember that if you buy The Final Curtain, you are buying it from Murder Mystery Games Ltd. Don't forget to read their terms of trade.