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Mystery Game Giveaway

Apr 22, 2013
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Mysteries By Vincent, Stiffed at the Sewing Store or Who Kneedled the Knock-Off?

You’ve probably heard of Murder Mystery Dinners held at well-known restaurants, and Murder Mystery Cruises. Now Mysteries by Vincent has created a sewing mystery game, Stiffed at the Sewing Store or Who Needled the Knock-Off? that you can play in your own home! You and your friends become the invited guests at the seventh anniversary celebration of the Snip, Slash, & Stash Sewing Store! Oh what a great celebration it will be, especially since the store’s success was somewhat uncertain in the first place. So, come and join the fun! But be careful, everyone knows there are lots of sharp and dangerous items in a sewing store. And sometimes, sewing can be murder…

Invite your friends, especially your sewing friends, for a night of fun with this game. Each player will choose from a variety of characters such as Emma T. Bobbin, Scarlett Spool, Nita Tension, and more. Once you’ve selected your character, you’ll privately read the game’s identification card describing the character so that you can “transform” into that role during the game. It will be your task to determine who the murderer is while having lots of fun with your friends. The game includes everything needed for an enjoyable evening, including invitations, step-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions, character descriptions, and personal guidebooks for each player, name tags, clues, and more!

Do you like a good mystery? If so, what do you like about them? Answer this question in the comment box below to be entered for a chance to win this game! The deadline for your entry is 11:59 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, May 1. The winner will be announced and contaced via email during the week of the May 6. Good luck!

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  1. User avater darnellhall July 15th

    amazing stuff :-)

  2. User avater LindaG7 April 26th

    I love reading and watching mysteries. The best part of the Mystery Game is seeing how everyone acts out their parts. You get to be someone else for a while and have a lot of fun, even if you find out your character was the guilty one!

  3. ambrerose April 25th

    I love how many twists and turns there are in each mystery.

  4. User avater moviedoll April 24th

    I love trying to be the detective and figuring out whudunnit before the author reveals the perp.

  5. User avater PamBowen April 23rd

    I love to see the twists and turns in the plot before the culprit is revealed.

  6. LauraSews April 23rd

    Trying to figure out who done it :-)

  7. SuzyQCanuck April 22nd

    trying to figure out "whodunit" before the end. The best are the ones that don't reveal themselves till the last page though.

  8. User avater reynalay April 22nd

    I love trying to figure out the clues, that's the funniest part!


  9. User avater sewhappybjm April 22nd

    I love a good mystery. I like trying to figure out the clues. I like the suspense.

  10. User avater WillaMcNeill April 22nd

    I love mysteries! Funny ones. Serious ones. I read more mysteries than all other types of books combined. I love not knowing and even more figuring it and being RIGHT!

  11. imnstitches April 22nd

    I do like mysteries. I like the discovery at the end. I am horrible at figuring out anything, so I am always surprised. My family still won't let me forget that I couldn't figure out that Mole was the mole on the kids movie=- G Force.

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