About Manor House Murder
A fun, team orientated, remote murder mystery style game which uses image recognition and augmented reality in our award-winning app!
You and your team have been brought in to investigate the murder at Cadaver Manor. Working together, you’ll need to unlock and examine key evidence such as witness statements and suspect interviews. As you explore the crime scene via an interactive map, you’ll complete tasks and challenges which will help you acquire evidence and assist with your investigation.
The Remote Manor House Murder challenge is a problem-solving team building exercise for groups of any size. It involves an assortment of virtual tasks, where teams must solve puzzles, tackle questions and answer riddles in order to solve who murdered internationally renowned lawyer, Laura Norder.
Points are awarded upon the completion of various observational and trivia questions, as well as fun photo and video tasks with the end goal being the discovery of the killer. Are your team’s detective skills sharp enough to examine the evidence, find a motive and catch the killer?
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The Manor House Murder will see your delegates working together remotely via our award winning app in teams of 4 – 6 people.
Each team works together to find evidence and eliminate suspects that allow them to find the killer. The aim is to score as many points as possible in the given time, as well as correctly determining the cold blooded crook.
Everyone will be briefed on the activity by your Pinnacle facilitator and given the unique game code to enter in the app before joining breakout rooms with the rest of their team. Once in the breakout room, teams can communicate with each other to find clues and evidence and piece it all together!
- A Pinnacle host to introduce the event and provide a briefing
- Clues from your host if necessary during the activity
- Announcing the winners once time has elapsed
- Played in teams in virtual breakout rooms
- Live scoreboard across the teams in the app
Frequently Asked Questions
This is a team event. Participants will be split into teams of between 4 and 6 people.
As teams are racing to be the first to close the case, the finishing time varies for every group and depends how well your team performs. The app allow teams up to 60 minutes to earn points and determine the killer.
The app is free to download and is available on both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.