Mystery Rooms: Murder Mystery

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An Mystery room game is a 60-minute real-life adventure game. You and your team will assemble in a themed room and will have one hour to complete the task and get out of an escape room.

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Time to play Sherlock Holmes deduce the Mystery On the 23rd of October 1987 at 06:30 pm Mr. Shourik Sen was found dead in his living room in Calcutta. His body was found by his sister who came back from a world cup cricket match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe in Eden Gardens Calcutta. Bring out the Sherlock Holmes in you to solve the enigma surrounding Mr. Sen ’s death. You have 60 minutes to decipher the mystery and escape from the crime scene.

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How to play the Murder Mystery Game ❖ You are locked inside a room. ❑ Players finds murder weapon and news article ❑ Uncover the clues ❑ Detect missing word ❑ Decode words to open a Digital lock ❑ Decipher Messages ❑ Collect all the Evidence ❑ Players exits the room must have all evidence to win the game

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Escape Rooms are the perfect setting for team building. Working together to solve a series of physical and mental puzzles against the clock.

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Breakout gives you the opportunity to feel like a real detective by solving cases using just a few hints. Can you find the Murderer

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Can you escape in 60 minutes

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Tips and hints on identifying the murderer Murder to Measure prides itself on writing scenarios that can be solved if observed carefully. Even in our most outrageous events the clues are there - its just a case of sifting the red from the herrings. Im not giving away all of our secrets here but if you read on youll be well on the way to cracking your first case. For a crime to be er executed the murderer will need means motive and opportunity. If you consider the suspects then many of them can be ruled out of being the murderer because they lack one or more of these. Consider briefly each of these factors.

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Money - Would the suspect stand to gain an inheritance from the victim How else could the suspect benefit financially from the death of the victim Are they business rivals Is the suspect being blackmailed

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Love - lost love is a powerful motive - did the victim disappoint the suspect in matters of love Is there an affair going on

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Revenge - what has the victim done to harm or upset the suspect or his/her loved ones Perhaps the victim is him or herself guilty of a previous crime or they have thwarted the suspect on matters of love or money in the past.

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Clues : There may be other clues at the crime scene - a necklace footprints etc and these may help narrow down the list of suspects further. Observe all that you can. Of course all of these factors are wrapped up inside a complex intrigue. Alibis can be faked evidence can be planted and seemingly impossible feats can be performed by the most unlikely person - dreaming up such twists and turns is all part of the murder writers job otherwise everyone would solve the crime. But youre smarter than them arent you

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Solve The Game Collect evidence and solve puzzles to crack the case and Escape the room.

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