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Death of a Chef (Boxed Game)

Death of a Chef

Death of a Chef, Murder Mystery Party (8 players, 4 female, 4 male)

This boxed game has been out of print for many years, we have very limited stock available.

Who Carved up The Head Chef?

Head chef Russell Uppermeal has invited friends and colleagues to help him celebrate being awarded “Most Ridiculously Expensive Meal” for his Battered Oysters in Unicorn Sauce. But before his fabulous dish can be sampled, Russell is found murdered,

Host your own party to find out who carved him up!

Female suspects:

SUE FLAY - Sous-Chef (she’s a smouldering cook with a scorching temper!)
DINAH ALLURA - Restaurant Hostess (she works the tables, the bar, and the guests!)
CALLIE MARI - Celebrity Chef (she’ll cook anything, as long as it’s still moving!)
OLIVE STICK - Bar Staff (give her a wink and you might get a drink!)

Male suspects:

GRANT FORSTAR - Restaurant Critic (he’ll give you a good rating, if you'll let his mates in!)
VINNIE GERR - Wine Buff (pinot attention to his chablis appearance!)
COLE DENCHUI - Waiter (he puts the wait in waiting!)
GORDON BLEU - Restaurant Owner (he has a large appetite for food and money!)


Invitations to be sent to your guests.
Complete instructions on how to host the party.
Character profiles for all eight suspects.
Costume suggestions.
Menu suggestions.
Name Tags.
Solution to the murder.
Audio CD with original songs to play all through your party.
DVD with 4 scenes for you and your guests to enjoy.

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An excellent way to spend a role playing evening with friends.Each party takes 2-3 hours to play. They are filled with intrigue,suspense, humour and the fun of playing both detective and suspect. This game is designed to be played by 4 male and 4 female players. AGES 18 and over.

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