Category: Logic & Deduction
Category: Strategy Games
How to Host a Murder: The Class of '54
In How To Host A Murder, you and your guests assume the roles of humorous suspects -- each with a motive and opportunity to commit the crime -- in a light-hearted murder mystery. How To Host A Murder provides everything you need to bring a murder...
In Agents Doubles, you know the loyalty of the various secret agents to you, but not to the other player. Thus you need to rely on deduction to keep secret documents out of enemy hands and bluffing to snatch the secrets not meant for your eyes only.
Carnival in Venice. The players take on the roles of secret agents, disappearing into the wild, festive confusion behind the masks of carnival -- intent on fulfilling a secret mission. But first, they have to identify their partner, for only together...
How to Host a Murder: Roman Ruins
Having mentioned your name in his Roman epic, the reknowned poet, Flabbius Corpus, invites you to a banquet for the premier recitation of his historical work. When you arrive, you discover there's been a murder in the garden and a priceless statue...
How to Host a Murder: The Chicago Caper
Chicago gang leader Harold "Hal" Coppone was released today from Awsume State Penitentiary near Philadelphia after serving a six-month term. Coppone, who was jailed for carrying an unlicensed weapon, was met by a group of his men - among them was...
Eagle Eye Agency
Players are Private Eyes, all working for Eagle Eye Agency, gathering clues in Big City to solve the mysteries. Shadow suspects, do legwork, gradually work up a case. Everyone plays a key part. It's not who wins, but rather can we all solve the...
The game description presents you with the figure of Professor Pünschge, who leaves his lab each day to walk home. Your job is to figure out which spaces he takes on the way home, and you can play the game either cooperatively or competitively.