Pegasus Spiele is readying the third release in their Deadly Dinner lineup of games. This October will see Killing Woodstock, in which a commune’s guru is murdered and players have to deduce the killer from among ten suspects. The game is for seven to ten players, ages 16+, plays in around three to four hours, and will carry an MSRP of $44.99 when it arrives October 20th.
About the game:
Deadly Dinner – Killing Woodstock is set in San Francisco, 1970: Ten people have one goal: Reviving the legendary Woodstock Festival. A tranquil San Francisco commune, an up-and-coming rock band, and a tough motorcycle gang are united by their love of music, peace, and mind-expanding drugs. However, the festival turns into a death trip for the commune’s spiritual leader. Once the guru was found murdered, peace, love, and happiness were over.
Deadly Dinner – Killing Woodstock is a classic murder mystery game. It is played over three rounds, during which the players receive new information about the sequence of events as well as secret objects that can be found in envelopes in the game box. The players have to discuss the information and clues they have available to identify the culprit in the end. A blueprint of the location and character standees allow them to keep track of who was where when the crime occurred.