Agatha Christie's The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge
Hunt A Killer has partnered with the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, to bring you our most exciting Premium game yet! The Mystery of Hunter’s Lodge is a must-have for fans of true crime, murder mysteries, and Agatha Christie. Solve puzzles, piece together clues, and delve into the world of mystery and intrigue.
Difficulty: 3/5 - Medium
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Old price: $99.99
- Eye for Detail: Especially close reading of the evidence
- Plentiful Puzzles: Puzzles that require critical reading or creating a timeline
- Challenging Ciphers: At least one challenging code or cipher
The Grande Dame of mystery fiction brings a murder mystery that is designed to chill and pull you in at every turn. Philanthropic millionaire Harrington Pace is murdered in his own bed, and genius detective Hercule Poirot is too ill to take the case. Captain Arthur Hastings turns to you for assistance with this baffling case. Don your pince-nez glasses, it’s time to solve a murder.
You’ll review suspects’ statements and comb through evidence to determine the means, motives, and opportunities of each potential murderer.
Solve puzzles that will test your critical thinking, powers of deduction, and code-cracking skills.
Use your cunning to unlock new evidence by discovering hidden messages that progress you through a gripping murder mystery where nothing is as it seems.
Anyone who loves the iconic works of the legendary Agatha Christie.
A true-crime party where everyone can play the role of genius detective.
Elevating your date night or game night with a unique story-driven experience.
Captain Arthur Hastings receives a telegram from an old friend, Zoe Havering, informing him of the murder of her uncle-in-law, Harrington Pace. Under normal circumstances, Hastings would call upon the expertise of Hercule Poirot, the world’s greatest detective, to handle the case. However, Poirot has been sidelined by a bout of influenza, leaving the sleuthing up to Hastings, who normally only chronicles and catalogues Poirot’s cases. Hastings, a soldier, not a detective, is faced with a secluded hunting lodge full of suspects and only the faintest idea of what to do.
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