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Published April 28th 2020
Be a detective & solve these mysteries at home
Put your skills of deduction to the test, with Alliance Franšaise Sydney's Mystery Box Games. There are five Mystery Box Games (French) and 4 English Mystery Box Games to choose from, and after purchase, the games will be emailed to you, ready to print or play virtually with family and friends.

Conduct thrilling investigations and solve the cases solo, with family or friends. The Mystery Box Games are available in French and English are include an assault, an unsolved murder, and a mysterious ghost haunting.

Each Mystery Box Game consists of a list of rules of the game, a detective note sheet, interrogations and evidence. Print them out or forward it to play online with family and friends, or try tackling the Mystery on your own.

List of English Mystery Box Games:

* The Case of Belinda Martin

This mystery murder will include using the police report, the witness testimonies, and other pieces of evidence to solve who murdered the wealthy and elderly Belinda Martin.

Recommended 15+ years.

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* Ghost Hunter

There is some paranormal activity happening at 190 Victoria Street, and it seems that this old house is haunted by one of its former inhabitants. Discover which one of the inhabitants of 190 Victoria Street still haunts this place.

Recommended 15+ years.

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* Murder at the Fashion School

This dog-eat-dog atmosphere breeds major competition, and you must solve a crime.

Recommended 15+ years.

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* The Lost Key

It is your mission to solve an assault on Mr De Fersen, a nobleman living in Sydney. Use the police interviews and many other clues to identify the culprit.

Recommended 8+ years.

See website for a list of French Mystery Box Games.

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Why? Have fun at home solving crimes
When: All year round
Where: At home- Online
Cost: From $15
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