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- Boxed Games
- Murder à la Carte by Paul Lamond
- The Brie, the Bullet and the Black Cat
October 1942. You have been invited for dinner at the Official Residence of the Deputy Mayor of Casablanca. Morocco is a colony of France governed by the Vichy French regime. The guest of honour was to have been France's greatest living mime artist. He fails to arrive, he has been murdered.
EDITH LE GRANDBUTTE - the mayor's wife, a former dancer
NICOLE LE GRANDBUTTE - Edith and Hughes' daughter
COUNTESS BOGOV - an exiled Russian aristocrat
CHERIE BOOT - a French cabaret singer in her mid-20s
INGRID PITH - a Danish art dealer
PIA FEDORA - a Spanish cabaret star
HUGHES LE GRANDBUTTE - Deputy Mayor of Casablanca
OTTO VON PINKELWURST - a Gestapo officer, fanatical and possibly mad.
KIRK RANSOM III - an American who runs Kirk's African Cafe in downtown Casablanca
MONSIEUR OILY-CARTE - booking agent for the Moulin Bleu in Paris
PIERRE PAYANSKI - a 24 year old half-Russian poet
SEAMUS O'HACK - a dissolute Irish journalist
Everyone's a suspect when murder is on the menu. And with Murder a la Carte you have everything you need to serve up the perfect murder dinner party. First the invites, you choose which of your friends play which devious suspect and invite them to come along as that character. Then the shopping list, menu suggestions and recipes. Plus of course...a really tasty murder to solve. It will be drop dead fun, and by the end of the evening, one (or more) of the suspects, your 'friends', will be caught out as the murderer!
Party planner with game rules, recipes, music and decorating tips.
Character booklets, including their roles, background information and a few tasty secrets.
Place cards for each character.
Party invitations and envelopes for each character.
Six secret clues.
CD with an introduction, scene setter, summary of events and solution to the crime.
SUITABLE FOR AGES TEEN TO ADULT
A MURDER A LA CARTE MURDER MYSTERY DINNER PARTY FROM PAUL LAMOND GAMES.
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The Brie, the Bullet and the Black Cat Reviews
Very poorly written. Impossible to follow and seemingly impenetrable as to who the murderer is. Card dialogue poor and unhelpful.Anon (2017)
This was our rirst Murder Mystery. We played it on New Years Eve after younger grandchildren went to bed. Started just after 9pm and finished about 11.45pm. Ages ranged from 14 to 75. A really great evening. The Russian Countess arrived in furs and pearls and acted her part through supper before we had begun game. It was enjoyed by all and simple to organise.
Good story and interesting characters; the structure of the game i find frustrating though. For those with little imagination this perhaps works - i.e. the scripted sections - but for those with imagination and who don't like the interruption and formulaic nature of how this game is designed, it will be frustrating unless it is re-worked and played differently. I think these games should be greated with two ways of playing; one in this existing way and another for those who prefer a free-form approach, with an intro, and then a paragraph on each character only and some clues of what and how to ask. The plodding nature of the way this game is designed, spoils the fun and means people just have their heads in the paperwork the whole time.Anon (2017)
We bought the game via Amazon and we received all required items for the guests BUT the CD which is imperative. Would any of you able to help us please? Otherwise the whole party is ruined... (Please contact the manufacturer Paul Lamond. We don't know who you are as you didn't buy the game from us - you'll need to email us and we can reply with their phone number but it should already be in the game box or search google for Paul Lamond. )Alienor (2016)
It was the first murder mystery I have played but we all thoroughly enjoyed it. It suited our group as we had 2 younger children who could still take part but not too much to read. Would recommend it, liked the twists and fake id'sDeb 2015 (2016)
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