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What is the replay value of your games?

Postby 2coolbaby » December 1st, 2004, 11:58 pm

Our games have great replay value. We have played 4 Deuces 6 times now & we mix up the parts each time & every time our group has a blast. The games can easily be played more then once as the characters are brought to life by the person playing them & we have found that every person that plays a character will do it differently. They will use the supplied info in different ways. One person will develop a completely different scheme then another using the exact same secret information. Each scheme will in turn affect other players and what they decide to do. It is really just amazing to watch.

While the first murder and the guilty party will be the same, you will find the game to run very differently each time & it will be no less fun! This is just one more great benefit to a non-scripted mingle game!
Mary Lee
Dinner and a Murder Mystery Games
For murder, intrigue, extortion & back stabbing with no scripts to read!
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Re: What is the replay value of your games?

Postby Bdayparty » August 9th, 2019, 5:39 pm

Hello, I am trying to find my post to see if it was answered but I can't locate it. This question somewhat applies. While researching some party ideas online, I found blog pertaining to Murder at The 4 Deuces. In it she tells who the murderer is! No spoiler alert at all! How unfair!! Can I find out if what I read is true? I would not want to ruin it for anyone else!!! Please help. I purchased this game as a gift and the hostess and I will be collaborating to plan the party. I will hate to tell her that I inadvertently know who the killer is!! Thank you in advance!
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