A Reunion to Die For (10 Players)

5.00 out of 5
5 review(s)
(5 customer reviews)
Availability: In stock

Theme: Fabulous 1980’s
Players: 10 required (5 male, 5 female)
Duration: 1.5-2 hours

CHARACTER PREVIEW: MAX

The Scene: The year is 1986, and it is the 10-year high school reunion of the East Side class of ’76. High school had its share of drama, mystery, and rivalries, but it was the best of times, and everyone is excited for the upcoming reunion. Get your 80’s attire ready and join your old friends for a night everyone is sure to remember! See classmates and even faculty that you haven’t seen in a decade. Celebrate the best 4 years in a night of fun, reminiscing, and… murder! (Sneak Peak below)

$39.95

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SNEAK PEAK

 


Spice Up Your Party

The 1980’s aren’t particularly known for their advancements in food cuisine, but there are still a lot of totally awesome possibilities for party food, especially considering that cocktails and appetizers are often served at a high school reunion. Head “back to the future” and offer guests meatballs served in a crock-pot, potato skins, Doritos, or sandwiches cut into fun shapes such as Pac-Man. Pay homage to the “mixed tape” by serving one of these mixable dessert options: trifle (a dessert consisting of layers of cake, pudding, fruit, whipping cream) that made a comeback in the 80’s -OR- frozen yogurt or ice cream served with a selection of various toppings, including favorite 80’s candies such as Nerds and Pop Rocks.


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5 reviews for A Reunion to Die For (10 Players)

  1. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)

    Paula

    We loved the 80s theme and everyone was able to dress up and get into it! Really fun script and storyline, and people could easily act their parts!

  2. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)

    Jen

    I’ve played quite a few murder mystery games, and this was one of my favorites. I liked how characters go in a specific order and get to react to each other instead of following scripts the entire time. I also thought it was a fun difference how one of the players was actually the person who died. In most mysteries I’ve played, someone has died before the game starts, so this was a fun twist.

  3. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)

    Juan

    My favorite part was seeing everyone act their parts while being dressed up for their character. It definitely made the whole thing a lot more exciting.

  4. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)

    Garth

    “A Reunion To Die For” was perfect for our group. The character overviews were simple to read, the plot was challenging, yet not overbearing, and the length was just right (about 75-90 minutes). The script is well written and fun! A great game for ~5 couples.

  5. 5 out of 5
    5 review(s)

    Laura

    I’d never played a mystery game before and worried I would be intimidated by all the information. But it was clear and easy-enough to engage in the material. The plot was just complicated enough to challenge our detective skills, while making us laugh. We loved dressing up in 80’s garb and falling into our respective roles. A great night, great game!

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