Murder mysteries for corporate events, private parties and team building

Free Murder Mysteries

Free murder mysteries

Free murder mystery games we think you’ll enjoy

Yes, they do exist. And, no, they aren’t all rubbish. But the usual limitations apply. Some are rubbish. Some lack the detail and layers of intrigue you’ll find in our paid-for mysteries. The solutions can be too easy or impossible or ridiculous. You’ll have to do everything yourself and probably won’t be able to contact anyone if you have a query about how the game works. And you are more likely to hit technical problems or find that “Free” actually means “Free Until We Ask You To Pay For Some Extra Bits You’ll Need”.

The links below will lead you to some of the best free murder mysteries you can play. If you know of any others which crime fans might enjoy, then do please let us know.

This Free Print & Play Games database has an amazing collection of over a thousand free games you can download, print out and play yourselves. It covers a huge range of themes, languages and group sizes. May take some searching through to find what you want but is perfect for those who really like to immerse themselves fully in a game. – View Website

Freeform Games is an excellent murder mystery company which offers a wide range of games you can buy online. |t also has a free game for 10 players and 1 host called Way out West. Give it a try!

Who Murdered Warren Taylor? is a British plot about an Oxford footballer which ran “live” one weekend on BBC Radio Oxford. You can still play it from scratch today. We helped create this unique online whodunit for the BBC. We were also part of the team which updated it as the weekend progressed. We regularly added new material and evidence, responding to listeners’ enquiries and suggestions. – View Website

If you prefer reading murder mysteries to playing them, this website has plenty of published and unpublished crime thrillers you can download for free: Obooko. You have to register but won’t have to pay. The site’s costs are covered c/o its advertising.

“He rose and stretched his legs, as though to assure himself that they were free once more.”
Dr. Watson, A Study In Scarlet

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