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Curtain Call Box Set

Curtain Call Box Set

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Julia Adler recently found a mummified corpse in the attic of her family-owned theater. The remains belong to the famed actress Viola Vane, who notoriously disappeared in 1934. Now that Vane’s body has been unearthed, can you answer the million-dollar question: Who orchestrated the vanishing of Viola Vane?


Are you ready to solve the ultimate mystery and become the ultimate detective? Hunt A Killer is offering massive discounts on two of our most popular cases — Mallory Rock & Curtain Call — to make room for new games. 

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Difficulty: ♦♦♦♢♢
  • Back Track: Requires referencing evidence found in earlier episodes
  • Eye for Detail: Especially close reading of the evidence
  • Plentiful Puzzles: Puzzles that require critical reading or creating a timeline
  • Challenging Ciphers: At least one challenging code or cipher

Product Details

Hunt A Killer’s most popular series of all time, now available as a bingeable box set. Solve a cold case from the 1930s with this theatrical investigation that has everything you need for a murder mystery party. Time is of the essence, the current owner of the theater could lose everything if you don’t determine who killed Viola Vane. Follow the clues, solve the murder, and save the theater before it’s too late! 

  • Get all 6 boxes at once (that’s 10-15 hours of gameplay!). No subscription required.

  • Solve puzzles, and examine archival documents and private correspondence in order to glean details that the police may have missed.

  • Totally immerse yourself in a cold case from the 1930s with consequences in the present day. Can you save the Cadence Theater?

This box is perfect for:

  • The true crime fanatic who questions everything they read.

  • A unique gift for the sleuth who has everything.

  • Transforming ordinary game night into a thrilling investigation.



Do you have what it takes to Hunt A Killer? Immersive, story-driven board games for you to play alone or cooperatively. Sort through evidence, decode ciphers, piece together clues, and catch the killer. It's like an escape room delivered right to your door.

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A mummified corpse is discovered in a trunk in the attic of Cadence Theater. Who is it, and what happened to the victim?

  • An unfolding Murder Mystery told in 6 parts (episodes)
  • 5-7x longer than the standalone games
  • Combines physical evidence with online gameplay

When scrounging around the attic of her century-old Cadence Theater, Julia Adler stumbles across the mummified corpse of a starlet who went missing in the 1930’s. Amidst bad press and a hostile Board of Directors, Julia can’t help but shake the feeling that if she can solve the mystery of what happened to Viola Vane, she may be able to save the theater.

  • Dig into a juicy cold case almost 100 years old, and investigate suspects from another era.
  • Use sleuthing skills to uncover the secrets of the theater, and learn new information that changes everything.
  • Connect the past to the present and solve the mystery of what happened to Viola Vane.

What's In The Box



Game Play Elements:

  • Eye for Detail: Solving this case requires especially close reading of the evidence
  • Plentiful Puzzles: Puzzles that require critical reading or creating a timeline
  • Physical Items: Manipulation of physical items and documents to reveal hidden codes

What’s in the first episode? How’d they die? Your first task is to identify the murder weapon used to kill the victim.

Created by: Carlea Holl-Jensen
Written by: Carlea Holl-Jensen, Travis Madden, Elinor Haney, Stephanie McGowan
Designed by: Krystal Alder