The Mystery Mansion - Storytelling Card Game
Explore the Mystery Mansion. Walk the corridors of this spectacular country house, creating stories of intrigue and murder as you go. The almost infinite combinations of cards provide endless storyscaping possibilities. Build a perpetual panorama with its inhabitants and their secrets. Find sinister suits of armour and the aftermaths of strange accidents, butlers with a grudge and glamorous couples where revenge is never far from the surface.
The elegant scenes are illustrated by Lucille Clerc, a French, London-based graphic designer. 20 illustrations.
Manufacturer recommends for children aged 8 years + but parental discretion needed. We wouldn't suggest this game for 8 year olds that scare easily or have trouble with monsters under the bed.
Standard DeliveryOur Standard UK delivery charge is £2.99. All in-stock orders will be dispatched... Read more
Standard DeliveryOur Standard UK delivery charge is £2.99. All in-stock orders will be dispatched within 2 working days and orders are fulfilled Monday – Friday (not including bank holidays).
Delivery lead time is normally 2 - 3 days, via Royal Mail, but please allow up to 5 - 7 days for your order to arrive, especially during the busiest periods.
If you product hasn't arrived after 7 days please get in touch and we will investigate.
Please note there are exceptions to our Standard Delivery terms applying to the farthest reaches of the UK, being the offshore Islands, Scottish Highlands, and Northern Ireland.
We currently do not ship to addresses outside the UK.
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Why they'll love itThe almost infinite combinations of cards provide endless storyscaping possibilities. This is a pursuit to be enjoyed time and time again.
A great gift for young people who enjoy mysteries, mayhem and murder.
Why you'll love itNot the usual game. Perfect for tweens and teens who are easily turned off by things being too twee or mainstream. Can be played solo, or with a small group of friends.
A great spark for the imagination. Who knows splendid twisted tales will emerge with this wonderful prompt. The next Great Gatsby could be just around the corner . . .
Storytelling, when packaged like this, can definitely still appeal to teens.