The games on this page are all published by Peaky Games, a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting freeform style games – very similar to our murder mystery games. The main differences between these and our games is:
- They often don’t have a murder.
- They often use nerd/geek tropes.
- These games assume that you have some experience in running and playing them – and the instructions aren’t as comprehensive as ours.
- Support for these games isn’t provided by Freeform Games, it’s provided by Peaky Games. (Although as both Mo and Steve belong to Peaky Games and have co-written some of the games, there is quite a bit of overlap).
- The games aren’t as flexible for the numbers of players as our regular games.
- They often don’t have rules, and expect the GMs to use their judgement. (That’s another reason why we suggest you play one of our games first – and you can use our standard rules if you want to.)
But with the right group the Peaky Games are a lot of fun, and we’re delighted to bring them to you.
The Peaky Games freeforms
- Best of the Wurst: In Castle Quimper Hotel in 1942 Occupied France Colonel Kronenburg has organised a sausage tasting competition – the best German wurst against sausages from across Europe! Is there any doubt who will win? Best of the Wurst is for 9 guests plus a host, aged 12+.
- The Day the Music Died: Set at Radio Rebecca, the grooviest radio station in the English Channel in 1965. The Day the Music Died is for 10 guests plus a host, aged 12+.
- Small Town Folks: Macy, Nebraska, in 1962 is a small town like any other. But when the hurricane approaches, twelve people are trapped by a storm. Tensions rise, secrets spill, and long-buried rivalries erupt… Small Town Folks is for 12 guests plus a host, aged 15+.
Our kids’ party games, Pirate Island, Trick or Treat and Monster Mash were also written by Peaky Games, although published by us.
(Steve occasionally writes about Peaky Games on our blog.)
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