Murder. Madness. Miniatures. Mystery.
Examine historical documents and miniature clues to recreate the scene of a 1923 crime. Then decide for yourself, who---or what---is haunting the dollhouse? A final envelope reveals shocking truths.
The case of The Haunted Dollhouse is now available in a single shipment! Perfect for gift-giving, this bundling of the game's original five "chapters" does NOT skimp on the ghosts or gore. Save on shipping and receive the entire case file fetchingly packed into one 15" x 12" x 10" box.
-Purchasers will receive a 13" x 12" x 10" box in the mail. Within this box are five smaller boxes, along with a spooky prologue letter to orient you (or your recipient). Think of the five boxes as chapters in a story. Numbers stamped on each box make progressing through the adventure easy.
-Each of the five boxes contained within the shipment contains 10-30 pieces: a varying assortment of small antique objects, word games, puzzles, and simple construction projects.
-At the close of the case, investigators will be directed to an online dossier providing answers to any remaining questions.
-Investigators may find basic craft supplies such as a sharp blade, scissors, tape, and glue helpful in their explorations of The Haunted Dollhouse. Ghosts---and everything else---will be provided.
-With its references to violence, insanity, and the supernatural, The Haunted Dollhouse may not be suitable for children or the fainthearted.
-With its references to violence, insanity, and the supernatural, The Haunted Dollhouse may be wonderfully suited as a gift for your strange children, enemies, and peculiar friends.
-The Haunted Dollhouse single shipment may also be purchased on Etsy.
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The Case of the Haunted Dollhouse SINGLE SHIPMENT
The Haunted Dollhouse is an interactive mystery game comprised of five chapters. Examine historical documents and miniature clues to recreate the scene of a 1923 crime.