|Not all our mysteries center on a murder. Below are our games that do not involve murders. Instead you must find out who the culprit is and what crime was committed.
- Bruffey Manor An all-girl version of Mystery Manor. Bruffey Manor sits on the edge of town, deserted but not abandoned. Someone (or thing) keeps the taxes paid so it cannot be torn down. Is the manor haunted? Many say that it is. 10 players or 11-20 players.
- The Fox General George Washington has many problems, not the least of which is an English spy named The Fox. The Revolution will be over soon if The Fox is not caught. All the clues are there to find if you keep your wits about you and outfox The Fox. Requires 10-30 players.
- Mystery Manor A group of strangers spend the night in a haunted house. Can they survive the night? You decide your fate as you “choose your own ending”. 10 players or 11-15 players.
- The Queen's Jewels At this New Years Eve costume ball, the queen’s jewels turn up missing. Of all the guests at the party, the police and insurance investigators are sure that one of these guests committed the robbery. If we don’t figure out who and soon, no one will have a Happy New Year. A game for 12-20 players.
- See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil A fun way to help players experience interacting with people with disabilities. Can these blind, deaf, speech and language impaired characters solve the mystery? For 10 players and 5 more can be added.
- The Shampoo High Girls at Camp Run-a-muk Meet the Shampoo High Girls, a bunch of talented high school girls. They have been asked to help save Camp Run-a-muck, an all girls camp. Camp has been plagued by ghost sightings and things disappearing, including the camp mascot, a midget horse named Archie. If the girls can’t figure out the mystery, Camp Run-a-muck may be closed forever. An all-girl game for 10 girls or 11-20 girls.
- The Shampoo High Girls at the Fair The Girls from Shampoo High school have to figure out who is stealing the County Fair money. It points to someone from their high school, and that just won’t do for this lively bunch from Shampoo High. An all-girl game for 10 girls or 11-20 girls.
Each game shipped includes the following:
- A complete story of the mystery
- List of cast members
- Individual character packets
- Instructions on how to play the game
- Historical background if necessary
- Timing and organization tips for the host/hostess
- A summary of who, how, and why the crime was done
- Description of props, if needed