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Mingle & Murder
Mingle & Murder
by The Game Crafter, LLC (2015)
Player Count
5 to 10

Player Ages

Playing Time
30 minutes to 45 minutes
  • Deduction
  • Murder/Mystery
  • Designers
  • Nicholas Hjelmberg
  • Mechanisms
  • Card Drafting
  • Memory
  • Player Elimination
  • Artists
  • Nicholas Hjelmberg
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    In Mingle & Murder, you are attending a dinner party where one guest after another is found dead. It is now a fight against the clock. Will the murderer get away or will the Inspector catch him or her? Will the guests be saved by the doctor or will they take the opportunity to enrich themselves? Whatever happens, this party will indeed be the talk of the high society!

    Each player has a unique objective.

    • The Murderer wants to murder two guests by playing them murder cards.
    • The Inspector wants to arrest the murderer by being played a murder card and prevent items from being stolen by playing the guests catch cards.
    • The Doctor wants to save the guests by playing them save cards or be played a murder card.
    • Each Guest has a unique list of three rooms that they want to steal valuable items from.
    • A murdered Guest may still win by identifying the murderer at the end of the game.

    Each player starts with a secret hand of one object card and five action cards. Most action cards are mingle cards of no importance. However, the Murderer has three murder cards, the Inspector has three catch cards and the Doctor has three save cards. The game board consists of 3x3 room cards, on which the players move their meeples.

    The players take turns to move between the rooms and leave action markers there (steal from it). They may also leave action markers with another player (steal from him or her). When a player has no action marker left, he or she leaves the game board. When all but one have left, the round ends. Players place and draw new cards where they have placed their action markers, shuffle and resolve them. The game ends when an object is fulfilled. A murdered player is eliminated but may still win by identifying the murderer.

    Mingle & Murder has a player elimination mechanism with a unique twist: the eliminated player may avenge his or her death by identifying the winner (the murderer) and claim the victory!

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