How to Host a Murder: Hoo Hung Wu - Mystery Party Games

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How to Host a Murder: Hoo Hung Wu - Mystery Party Games


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Manufacturer's age: 18 years and up
Our recommended age: 18 years and up
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Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Size (in inches): 10.5 x 8.25 x 2.63
Shipping weight: 1.65 pounds.
Number of Players: 8

Editorial Review
Here's another in the popular series of themed role-playing party mystery games, this one set in eighth-century China. But a Mandarin-English dictionary isn't needed for How to Host a Murder, Episode 6: Hoo Hung Wu; in fact, the only required reading before plotting the perfect murder-party is the host guide. Not only does it contain all instructions for orchestrating the mystery evening, but it also comes with menu suggestions, should you decide to serve dinner. The guide covers everything from preparing miso soup to reminding the host to phone all guests before sending out invitations (it's imperative that all guests show up--one of you is the murderer!). The complete kit includes nametags, player manuals for all eight roles (which contain clues to conceal from, and reveal to, other characters during each round), invitations and envelopes, round-by-round instructions, and an audio tape that's played during the introductory cocktail hour. Unfortunately, this tape is full of embarrassing, clichéd mispronunciations of words--"retter" for "letter" and "roughry for "roughly"--and the actual utterance of "Ah So" in an appalling Kato delivery. But if one can forgive these crimes, it is possible to get on with the very satisfying business of getting to the bottom of another crime, surrounded by food, drink, and friends. --Tony Mason


Reader Reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: = Fun   = Educational   = Durability   This game is awesome, August 25, 2002 Reviewer: Emerald from La I played this game with my family. I had been thinking about doing one for a birthday or Halloween party, and my cousin said we could test one of hers to see how much I liked it. So we did, and it was AWESOME! We didn't get to dress up, because it was short notice, but we still had a lot of fun. We ordered Chinaese food and had fortune cookies for dessert. We had a blast! and I am definatley going to do a Halloween party now...I just have to deside which to do.

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