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The public domain game Assassin, aka Killer, has been played on college campuses and elsewhere for decades. In general, each participant in the game has to "kill" a particular other player. Eliminate that person, and you then target that person's victim. Be the last killer standing, and you win the game.
Converting public domain games to boxed products is a well-known practice in the game industry, and French publisher Cocktail Games plans to release its own version of Assassin in October 2010. Killer Party, credited to Emmanuel Viau and Céline Devillers, is for 8-50 players, ages 14 and up. The game includes 53 mission cards, with each player receiving a card that specifies where the victim can be killed as well as how the murder must take place. The Cocktail Games website doesn't depict any cards from the game, but the rules mention throwing water in a victim's face as one form of attack. That'll be a wedding to remember!
Description written by W. Eric Martin and used with permission of BoardgameNews.com