Scaventour™ Cryptic Murder Game
Looking for a bigger game?
Contact us to set up a the Cryptic Murder Scaventour game in the Depot District, which can be done for up to 120 people (or as few as 4).
Storyline: After trying to destroy the cryptocurrency markets, a foreign born NSA contractor has been murdered.
An anonymous whistleblower provided clues that will allow your team to identify which of the suspects is the murderer.
This Depot District-based game is designed for team building with 4 person teams attempting to solve this mystery before time runs out.
The Scaventour™ Cryptic Murder Game takes your group and splits them into up to 100 teams of 4 people in order to determine the Killer’s identity (up to 600 people).
The game can be played any time of day, any day of the week and generally lasts 2 hours. If you want a time that is not listed on the calendar, Contact Us. For larger groups, the game might take a little longer to complete.
The setup for the game is that Natasha Dudko has been murdered. Each team will be given a packet of puzzles, a map, a list of suspects (with attributes such as name, how long they've known the victim, home town, phone number, etc.), an instruction sheet, prescribed route, and a scoresheet.
Throughout the 90 minute game, teams explore the Depot District, walking around one mile in search of answers to their puzzles. Successfully solving a puzzle will give them a clue that will allow them to deduce which of the suspects is the killer. A correct answer will allow them to eliminate 1 or more of the 16 suspects. Answering all of 14 puzzles correctly will result in the team correctly deducing the Double Agent’s identity - though it can be solved with as few as 9 correct answers.
Teams will solve puzzles while engaging in tasks such as correlation, observation & discernment, compartmentalism, pattern recognition, spatial patterns, communication, and logic deduction (with a little bit of math). It will take the entire team’s efforts in order to be successful in winning the game.
Teams will be scored on their ability to answer the puzzles correctly and to deduce the Killer’s identity. Puzzles have varying degrees of difficulty (rated based on previous player’s performance), with some puzzles quite simple and some very challenging.
The Cryptic Murder game is great for Corporate Team Building or perhaps an event for a conference in Lubbock.
Winners will get a coveted Scaventour poker chip.
$25 per person. The group will be split into teams of 3-5 people per maximum per team. Minimum 4 players. Games with 4 or 5 people will only be 1 team working together.
Please Contact for scheduling.
Pricing is $25 per person. With over 100 players, the price will be lower.
Masked Writer Poker Chip for the victorious team