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something to talk about...

  1. If you were a detective in a mystery novel, what would be your signature trait?
  2. What's the most intriguing mystery you've ever read or watched, and why did it capture your attention?
  3. How do you think solving a mystery together will affect our teamwork and communication?
  4. If you could write your own murder mystery, what unique twist would you include?

Fun Facts...

  1. The "locked room" mystery is a subgenre where a crime, usually murder, is committed under seemingly impossible circumstances.
  2. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, was actually involved in solving real criminal cases using methods from his stories.
  3. The board game Clue (or Cluedo, as it's known outside North America) was patented in 1947 and remains one of the most popular mystery-solving games

Tips & Alternatives

  1. Set the Atmosphere: Create a detective-like ambiance with dim lighting, thematic music, and maybe even dressing up as detectives.
  2. Take Notes: Keep track of clues, suspects, and motives to help solve the mystery more efficiently.
  3. Alternate Endings: Consider playing a game that offers multiple outcomes to enjoy solving the mystery more than once.
  4. Post-Game Discussion: After solving the mystery, talk about your thought processes, any clues you may have missed, and what you enjoyed about the experience.
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