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‘The Podcast Murder’ from Unsolved Crimes offers the best and most realistic crime game to solve. You’ve never seen a case like this before.
The Podcast Murder
Mia Klein is a popular podcaster. With her channel “BloodCast” she wins the audience award in the highly competitive “True Crime” category. But not everyone begrudge her the success. When Mia is found murdered in Saalistaja, Finland, her fan base reacts in shock. Rumors quickly circulated about the possible perpetrator. An alarming number had a motive for murdering Mia.
Murder mystery game: who can solve the unsolved case?
You slip into the role of investigators to solve a crime with ingenuity, deduction skills and detective work. Based on a realistic case file, you have to uncover cross-connections, evaluate evidence and narrow down the circle of suspects.
Find a place with good lighting and internet access. Get pen and paper and an app to scan QR codes, then open the main envelope. In addition to the first clues, it contains three more sealed envelopes. These initially remain locked and may only be opened if you receive instructions to do so during the course of the game.
Envelopes 1, 2 and 3 should therefore not be opened unless specifically instructed to do so.
Examine the envelopes in the correct order. The person who needs your help to solve this crime will explain it to you. At the end of the game, you must have thought your hypothesis through. Do you think you can solve the case?
The content of the game comes in several paper envelopes. The envelopes contain more than 40 important documents for the determination of the murder. Use them all, don’t forget anything, because sometimes the clues aren’t just in the documents. The use of a smartphone or laptop is absolutely necessary, but if you don’t have one, our website can always be visited and you will be given the necessary indications to proceed.
Estimated duration: 90 to 150 minutes.
Players: Ideal for couples or groups. Can also be played alone.
Internet connection and use of smartphones or laptops is needed.
Only available in German.