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The actors were all great, engaging and a lot of fun. We are a remote-based team and this provided us an opportunity to do something fun together and without having the expense of putting everyone on a plane! The employees gave great feedback as well. They really enjoyed themselves! We all did, thank you! This is a wonderful service and company!
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Add a thrill to your workweek and keep your team at the edge of their seat with a virtual murder mystery game. These experiences invite participants to fully immerse themselves into a compelling storyline and slip into the shoes of a detective. Together, your team will need to strategically think about their surroundings and follow clues to figure out who the murderer is.
Do you think they have what it takes? There's only one way to find out.
With an online murder mystery, there's a new problem and challenge at every corner. Together, your team will need to think critically about their surroundings. They'll need to be confident in their answers and look at the different clues with a fresh perspective. You never know who the suspect might be — they may even be on your own team.
Participant interaction and communication are vital to the experience. In order to solve the mystery, your team will need to work together, share ideas, and engage with one another. Every murder mystery has different twists and turns — and for some, everyone is a suspect.
Our online murder mystery games range from 60 to 120 minutes. These experiences are typically longer because the host will need time to set the scene and get your team up and running.
We have several different pricing structures. For some, you pay per person, and others are a flat rate for the entire group, no matter the size. If you're looking for the most cost-effective solution, you'll want to consider the size of your group and your goals for planning the event.
Understanding your team's likes and dislikes will help you pick the perfect murder mystery theme. If you aren't sure what experience they'll like the most, consider sending out a survey to gauge their interests.
Most virtual murder mystery games are run by a live actor or a host that will act as your team’s guide. The host will go over the rules and fill you in on the storyline. Make sure you listen carefully: You never know when someone might drop a clue.
Once they set the scene, your team is broken up into groups. They’ll need to work on analyzing clues and witness statements and take a closer look at the crime scene. They’ll need to work together and communicate if they want to find the suspect first.
Each team will have an opportunity to deliver their final verdict. Will they be the ones to put the suspect behind bars and take home the win?
Don't have the time or resources to plan your own murder mystery from scratch? Don't panic: we can help. Whether you’re looking to solve a virtual murder in Hollywood or you want to explore a museum, we have you covered.
At Elevent, we’re here to help plan engaging team-building activities to keep your team connected, no matter where they work from.
Challenge your team to a virtual role-playing murder mystery game using Zoom or any other video-conferencing platform. Through puzzles, clues, and interactive games, your team members will need to work together to solve the mystery of an unexpected death. We’ll warn you now: Not everyone will have what it takes to solve the mystery in time!
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