Fine Art Foul Play Premium Game

$99.00

Fine Art Foul Play Premium Game

The murdered body of acclaimed, wealthy, and eccentric artist Dolores Dahl Davenport was discovered at the opening of her new art exhibit. The list of suspects has been narrowed down, but time is running out until the daughter of the deceased is convicted for the crime.

Difficulty: 2/5 - Medium
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SKU: hak-fineart-premium
$99.00

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  • Plentiful Puzzles: Puzzles that require critical reading or creating a timeline
  • Challenging Ciphers: At least one challenging code or cipher

A deductive reasoning mystery game that is great for players of any level! When the matriarch of a family of artists is found dead at the opening of her art exhibit, you must identify who within her circle is the killer. You must act fast though; her daughter has been accused of the crime and her trial is rapidly approaching!

  • In this all-in-one box you’ll take on the role of an experienced but out-of-practice private investigator and review clues to rule out suspects. It's 2-5 hours of gameplay, no subscription required.

  • Rule out suspects based on their lack of means, motive, or opportunity. Review fingerprints, handwriting, lab reports, and deductive reason to progress the story to its thrilling conclusion.

  • Fun for the whole family! While parental guidance is advised, this box is great for players of any level

This box is perfect for:

  • True-crime lovers who love deductive reasoning.

  • Get-togethers and parties. Nothing brings family and friends together like murder!

  • The perfect gift for the art connoisseur in your life.

Do you have what it takes to Hunt A Killer? Immersive, story-driven board games for you to play alone or cooperatively. Sort through evidence, decode ciphers, piece together clues, and catch the killer. It's like an escape room delivered right to your door.

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Fine Art Foul Play Premium Game Reviews

3.6

(5 Reviews)
Dustin H.  Verified Buyer

A fun time
I would say a 2/5 difficulty is correct. But it was still fun and I thoroughly enjoyed the story!

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Elizabeth M.  Verified Buyer

Underwhelming
I found this one to be too easy, and had some major plot holes that were not resolved. I've been happy with Death at the Dive Bar and class of '98, but would not recommend this one.

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Christine L.  Verified Buyer

RIP Forum
I had some trouble understanding the rubylith overlay - it didn’t seem to change anything on the photographs. I went to consult the forum and that’s how I discovered they took it down forever and are forcing all users onto Facebook. I can’t overemphasis what a disappointment this is. I liked the chemical vials/pH strips and the quality of the story and items, but taking away the online community was frustrating and took a lot out of the game for me.

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christina b.  Verified Buyer

Good Challenge
Fine Art Foul Play was a good challenge as far the puzzles go. The story was also nicely done. I really liked the conclusion and special epilogue. My only complaint is that the PH test strips had the same results for each test tube. I had to look up the answer on that one because that isn't how the results were suppose to be. I don't know if it was the liquid in the test tubes or old PH test strips.

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Kayla M.  Verified Buyer

Meh
The difficulty rating provided is fair, but I still feel it was a bit too simple, I kept going over everything as I was convinced I had missed something. And I feel there were a lot of holes in the evidence for suspect elimination.

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