Who Kidnapped Jack the King of Halloween? That is the question your guests will be trying to figure out. They will doing that by searching for the game pieces hidden around your party location. All the game pieces are included in the ready-to-print game file. Learn more about this game to see if it is a good fit for your crowd.
Jack received a letter inviting him to the Grimm Mansion to be crowned the King of Halloween. With this honor he would receive a crown made of pure gold and diamonds, and most importantly, the All Hallows Wand. This wand made it possible for Jack to turn plain rocks and other suck rubbish into delicious candy. All it took was the touch of the wand and voila. Needless to say, Jack was ecstatic as the dead could be to receive this honer. Someone else however was not!
On the night that Jack showed up to Grimm’s Mansion he was kidnapped and left in his room was a note demanding the crown and the All Hallow's wand for Jack’s safe return. All six of the other guests staying at the Mansion that night claim they have no knowledge of his whereabouts, but someone is lying and it’s up to you to find out who!
To discover who kidnapped Jack Skeleton players must search the party area for hidden clue cards. They must use these clue cards find the answer three questions.
1. Who Kidnapped Jack? There are six suspects:
2. What weapon did they use to complete their crime?
3. Where do they have Jack hidden?
Players use the checklist provided to them at the start of the hunt to mark off cards as they find them. When they have found and marked off all but one in each category (suspect, weapon, location) they will have the answer to solve the mystery! But watch out along the while while searching and finding clues they may also come across Trick or Treat Cards!
The trick and treat game pieces are hidden along with all the other game pieces. Below are examples of each.
The TREAT cards are all worth points and can be used like money throughout the game. Teams can barter and purchases other needed game pieces using their TREAT cards.
The TRICK cards are what makes this game interesting. If a player finds a TRICK card they can give it to anyone they want and that person has to follow the rules of the card. All the TRICK cards contain a different "curse" that the player must act out until that curse is broken. Some of the curses include;
How to Break a Curse?
Now curses can be broken and players may return to their former glory. This brings me to the last and final type of card in the Halloween hunt. The CURSE BREAKER. If a player finds a CURSE BREAKER card they can use it to break their own curse, break the curse of a fellow teammate, or sell and barter it to another team for more clue cards.
1. Print out all the game pieces, and place each in individual envelopes. Envelopes is the only additional thing you will need to purchase to play this game.
2. Before the players arrive set one suspect card, one location card, and one weapon card aside. hide ALL the other game pieces around your playing area.
3. When players arrive divide into teams and give each a check list. These are included and provides a fun way for teams to mark off items as they find them to narrow down the possibilities.
4. Let players search for the game pieces around the playing area and mark off cards as they find them.
5. When a team narrows down their suspect, weapon, and location to one they can make there guess. If they are right they win the game.
Once a team has figured out the who, what, and where AND have also broke any curses that any of there team members are under they can win the game by presenting their answer to the host. If they are right then they win. You can give out prizes or awards for;
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