Tracie K. Startzman-glant "Mutitasking Mom", Amazon
15 April 2014
Summary: My husband and I went to a mystery dinner theatre and had a great time trying to figure the mystery out. My 7 year old felt left out but I told him they are about adult themes (murder, adultery etc.) He was bummed. I found this game online by Disney and the whole family plays. It isn't very fast moving but you earn your way through it by playing mini-games for tokens and savvy cards.
Summary: This game is a great way to spend an hour or two with your family, while using your problem solving skills and memory abilities. I would say this game is perfect for anyone that was a fan of Clue, it has a great vibe like that to it!
Summary: This game is fantastic! Challenging and engaging for the entire family! It is great because you can work cooperatively to solve the case or competitively. It is great fun for my son who is 8 but my husband and I have enjoyed it just as much! Great family game for family game night!
Summary: This is a very cute game. My 8 year old daughter loved it and wanted to play until she solved each one. As difficulty increased she needed a little help, but we played together so it worked out fine. You can also play so that there is a different guilty party each time.
Summary: I ordered this game so that my 8 year old son and I had something we could both enjoy playing together. It is a really fun game for families to play together. They have the choice of one or two players. You can either play as a team or seperate. It has mini games that test your hand-eye coordination. These can become a little harder and frustrating at times but luckily they have different skill levels you can set it at.
Summary: We got this for my seven year old daughter, and also to add to our "family games" collection. As other's have noted, it's basically a Disney-updated version of the classic game, Clue. The first time you play, the game walks you through all the gameplay and how to solve a crime. You choose a character and each character takes turns moving around the crime location and picking up clues, examining evidence, and interviewing suspects.