Vote for Murder!

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Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

A New Immersive Game Experience! Solve and collect clues, perform tasks, commit murders, save your fellow classmates, and interrogate suspects to find which candidate is trying to steamroll their peers on their way to the top. Are you in cahoots with a killer? Or is your candidate the next victim? This is a sandbox-style immersive experience co-operative game (RPG) inspired by Clue, Mafia, and other party games. Running time: 75 minutes.

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Co-creators Kristen Boulé and Tiffany Asta have done a remarkable job conceiving this operation, working out the nooks and crannies of a full-fledged role-playing game with a gigantic cast... “Vote For Murder” is a great candidate and has a platform you can really get behind.

sweet - Zachary Bernstein - Fringe Review UK - ...read full review


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Overall, I found Vote for Murder to be a great experience. The premise was familiar but fun. The acting was top-notch with a cast that handled the improvisational nature of the show solidly. I love the fact that it was an actual game and that the solution changes from performance to performance (just like the old board game). And I love the fact that you can return to experience the event again (although I wonder if the puzzles are different from night to night. I hope so; otherwise the return value would be far less worthwhile). What you don’t need to wonder about is whether this is a show worth seeing. It is 100% an enjoyable, exciting and fun night.

sweet - Erik Blair - Haunting - ...read full review


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Co-creators Kristen Boulé and Tiffany Asta have done a remarkable job conceiving this operation, working out the nooks and crannies of a full-fledged role-playing game with a gigantic cast... “Vote For Murder” is a great candidate and has a platform you can really get behind.

sweet - Zachary Bernstein - Fringe Review UK - ...read full review


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Overall, I found Vote for Murder to be a great experience. The premise was familiar but fun. The acting was top-notch with a cast that handled the improvisational nature of the show solidly. I love the fact that it was an actual game and that the solution changes from performance to performance (just like the old board game). And I love the fact that you can return to experience the event again (although I wonder if the puzzles are different from night to night. I hope so; otherwise the return value would be far less worthwhile). What you don’t need to wonder about is whether this is a show worth seeing. It is 100% an enjoyable, exciting and fun night.

sweet - Erik Blair - Haunting - ...read full review