An unidentified corpse? Clearly he can't be linked to any
one of us. I say let's get on with the holiday celebration!
The Dickens Murder Mystery Game for 10 players
It has been 23 years since Miss
Havisham was left at the altar by her
fiancé (Dickens Great Expectations).
Her Mansion is now in ruins and her
days are spent in a haze of madness.
A skeleton has been dug up on the
property. A mutilated, murdered corpse, that at least for
Miss Havisham must be her lost fiancé. Is it possible that after all these years she wasn’t in fact jilted? But who committed this atrocity? A plan is set forth, as the very guests
that were present on her wedding day 23 years ago receive invitations to
spend Christmas Eve at the Satis Manor, and within the Christmas
merriment a murderer will be unmasked.
This is a wonderfully dark and humorous role-playing dinner party game. Play as one of Charles Dickens most beloved characters as you unravel the mysterious murder at Sadis Manor all the while proclaiming your innocence!
A Christmas Eve like no other, as you discover the horrors of each of the dinner guests, and their alibis. Along with a few morbid Christmas Carols, this is one evening you won’t soon forget!
Suspects, 5 male and 5 female:
Lady Dedlock: Aristocratic, icy cold, with a deadly secret. “Bleak House”
Miss Havisham: Abandoned at the Altar. “Great Expectations”
Mr.Dorrit: A rich snob with a past. “Little Dorrit”
Fagin: A vile hideous man with a trailing of boys. “Oliver Twist”
Estella: Miss Havisham’s adopted daughter, sociopath. “Great Expectations”
Ebenezer Scrooge: Cold-hearted miser. “A Christmas Carol”
Pip: Miss Havisham’s angry protégé. “Great Expectations”
Vincent Crummles: Theater troupe leader, nasty habits.”Nicholas Nickleby”
Little Nell: A sweet girl, with murderous tendencies. “Old Curiosity Shop”
Sarah Gamp: Alcoholic midwife, accidents will happen. “Martin Chuzzlewit”
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.
Dickens inspired recipes, period wine labels.
Game solution and full game instructions.
Game play aprox 2 hours.
You will need 65 sheets of blank paper
to print the game’s booklets, clues,
songbooks and solution.
Also comes with a Bloody Christmas Songbook with rewritten Christmas Carols to be sung throughout the evening.
Dickens game reviews:
t t t t t Reviewed by Pooja Kelm Jan 7, 2020
We had a BLAST!!! It was excellent. This was a really fun experience! I will admit
I was a bit anxious about hosting this but in the end it went so well! I was able to prepare with all the instructions you have so ably included in the game and I enjoyed it all even while playing the game myself!
Thank you for your creativity!
t t t t t Reviewed by Tanya Loewen Jan 4, 2020
We had so much fun! Great item and I love the attention to detail. I will definitely be back to buy other games!!
t t t t t Reviewed by Brooke R Nov 22, 2019
This will be the third party I have hosted of his! I’ve done the Fairytale, Titanic, and will do Dickens Christmas at the end of December. Can’t wait to find out the story!! The story lines are always so fun and surprising! Super fun!
t t t t t Reviewed by Diana Lowrey Aug 28, 2019
Love the way the PDF file is set up. Makes it easy to print one section at a time or the entire thing. Although I plan on doing this game at my next year Christmas party, I wanted to purchase it now so I can start the printing and planning. I had a question and Gary responded quickly and provided me with my request and even threw in a surprise item! Although the game is for 10 people, I'm taking a suggestion and making teams of each character as needed. Also adding "staff" that will be able to ask a question. FYI if you have a HP printer, sign up for HP Instant Ink. The cheapest way to print at home with unlimited cartridges each month.
t t t t t Reviewed by Vicki Kortright
We did this for our Christmas Eve family party. Everyone had so much fun! Everything was beautifully done and easy to put together.
t t t t t Reviewed by Saffron Freeman