How was the body discovered? It must have been locked away for hours. Don't decaying body's give off some kind of odor?
The Jane Austen Murder Mystery
Game for 10 players 16+
A scandal of great proportions has rocked Rosings Park. A body has been found decapitated and stuffed into the water closet next to the breakfast room.
You are one of ten guests in this role-playing dinner party game that travels back in time to Regency England 1814. A time of stark contrasts, and of gossip and scandal.
As one of Jane Austen’s beloved characters you are a guest at the estate of Lady Catherine de Burgh where the murder took place. Tonight all will be revealed.
Game for ten players. 5 males, 5 females. Based on the books “Pride and prejudice” “Sense and Sensibility” and “Emma.” Comes with easy to print game booklets, clues, party invitations (also email versions), period inspired recipes, wine labels, full game instructions, and game solution.
Suspects, 5 male and 5 female:
Darcy Fitzwilliam, a wealthy gentleman, and the master of Pemberley.
Mr. Bennet, the patriarch of the Bennet family.
Mrs. Bennet, a foolish woman whose only goal is to see her daughters married.
Miss Elizabeth Bennet, well read, quick-witted, the 2nd daughter of the Bennets,
Mr. Collins, A pompous, generally idiotic clergyman.
Marianne Dashwood, a spontaneous, excessively romantic seventeen year old.
Mr John Willoughby, an attractive but deceitful young man.
Frank Churchill, charming, and clever, but irresponsible, deceitful, and rash.
Emma Woodhouse, a 20-year-old young lady who is mature for her age.
Lady Catherine de Burgh, a rich, bossy noblewoman.
Game download includes recipes for:
Dinner recipes include:
White Soup, Country Ham with Raisin Sauce,
Vegetable Aspic, Cheesy Broccoli, Crispy Potatoes and Baked Apple Pudding with Brandy sauce.
Tea recipes include: Cucumber Sandwiches, Strawberry Sandwiches,
Toasted Cheese, Raspberry Tarts, Cranberry Chocolate Scones, and Victorian Tea Cakes.
All games print from pdf files, both Mac and PC.
Easy to print and fold game booklets and clues.
Party invitations (also email versions).
Character backgrounds and costume suggestions.
Austen inspired recipes, period wine labels.
Game solution and full game instructions.
Game play aprox 2 hours.
You will need 56 sheets of blank paper
to print the game’s booklets,
clues, and solution.
INSTANT DOWNLOAD (zipped file)
Game for 10 players.
Jane Austen game reviews:
t t t t t Reviewed by Juanita Walker
The party was great! Everyone came in costume, and the scene was set just
right for Satis House. The food excellent and everyone had an awesome time!!! My guests are still talking about it and when asked, everyone said they would love to do more of your mysteries. Thank you for providing such excellent material – so professional. First printable game I’ve used that was as good a quality as the boxed versions. I’m so happy I found your site!
t t t t t Reviewed by Amy Yang
I received the game files instantly; Gary was very nice and followed up to make sure I received everything. We had a great time with this game. I strongly recommend it.
t t t t t Reviewed by sharon447
The game was brilliant! Lovely package of labels, invites, certificates etc. Really easy to put together packs for guests. I’ve already purchased another of your murder mystery’s so that I can plan the next one! Great seller, thank you Gary!
t t t t t Reviewed by Agisiren
EXCELLENT! It was a HUGE success!!! SO much laughter and fun!!!
t t t t t Reviewed by Nicole Neuhauser
Excellent murder mystery game! Looks a lot like the How to Host a Murder boxed games, except this one is all for Jane Austen fans! I was very impressed with all the many things the download included. There’s even a 25 song playlist attached as mp3 files to set the mood!
t t t t t Reviewed by Ann
Quick response, great customer service! Awesome product!
t t t t t Reviewed by Tawny Burgess
Really awesome! Used for my birthday.
t t t t t Reviewed by Allison Anderson
Great game! Good communication from seller
t t t t t Reviewed by Cait Fridmann
Loved it! All of my guests had a lot of fun.
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