Everybody loves to play games. It is the perfect social activity. How about having friends over for a poker night? Perhaps you like board games and have marathon sessions of Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit? You and your guests could split into teams and do quizzes? There are many ways to exercise your brain when having fun with friends. But have you ever wanted to play detective? Have you wondered what it would be like to be caught up in a case?
Experience the excitement as you shift through the clues to work out whodunnit. Its little wonder murder mystery party nights are becoming more and more popular across the country.
In most instances, players will be given a role and a script to follow. You may be the dogged Hercule Poirot type investigator or one of the suspects. Where, at the end of the night, you will discover the guilty party, solve the mystery and identify the murderer.
Murder mystery evenings are all the rage at the moment. Especially with the release of the new comedy movie `Games Night`. It is the story of a couple Max and Annie, played by Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. Who as the title suggests, enjoy games nights. But when the husband’s mysterious brother shows up, they get mixed up in a murder. But is it a real-life mystery or just all a game?
If you are a fan of murder mystery parties or weekends, then you will love our escape room games. They are the perfect outlet for the amateur detective. Let’s see if you can crack our brain-teasing puzzles in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, and Stirling. Can you break out of an escape room game in an hour or less? You don’t have to stay indoors to feel like Sherlock Holmes.