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Greased at the Diner

It’s 1959 and things are rocking ‘n’ rolling at Dino’s Diner tonight. It’s the Grand Re-opening of the diner, with Dino inviting friends and family to enjoy a private party. Everyone is ready for a good time, good food and good music. However, just as the party is getting in full swing, Dino is discovered dead in his office.

This could be a case of “Greased at the Diner”!

From: £19.99

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Hire an actor to play the detective – prices start at £291 contact us for more information.

This Game is Rated:

Teen

This game contains:

Content that may be suitable for persons ages 13 and older.

Including:
Sexual Themes – Mild innuendo.
A murder – violence suggested.

What is included?

Example pre-printed boxed set

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Character booklets/scripts

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Inspector CD / script

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Instruction book

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Decoration and recipe suggestions

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Invitations

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Character name Labels

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Invitation envelopes

Reviews:

Sample

How it works:

Never hosted a murder mystery before?

Don’t panic! There is no special acting required. Guests do not need to memorise any information, and everything they need to play their parts is provided in a handy booklet. The games are constructed so that everyone has to interact, and scripted dialogues are included to help break the ice and get everyone into character. Even total novices get into the swing of things quite quickly!

The game includes both sound files (MP3 with a download or CD with a boxed set) and a script for the inspector character who provides the setting, clues, and summaries for each round, as well as the final solution. This means as host you too can play and remain completely in the dark as to the culprit, or play the inspector yourself and invite an extra guest to the party!

How does a “download and print at home” kit work?

Each “download and print at home” kit is provided as a zip file containing a set of PDF files for you to print at home, and a selection of MP3 files to use on the night.

Each dinner party game requires use of a printer and A4 paper (approx. 80 sheets for a 6 player kit – 240 sheets for a 20 player kit), envelopes so you can send out your invitations, and either a laptop or MP3 player (e.g. an ipod) to play the inspector MP3s; OR a CD burner so you can burn the MP3s onto a CD to run in an ordinary CD player.

When you order the game you’ll be sent a link to download the files you need.  The file will be a zip file.  This can be opened with a zip compatible program on your computer.  If you struggle to open zip files – we can email you the game directly over several emails instead – just contact us after purchase to arrange this.

You will download the following files:

  • How to use this game
  • Instructions for running the murder mystery
  • Making the most of your theme- ideas for decoration / activities.
  • Invitations
  • Character Booklets (available in single sided printer and double sided printer format)
  • Scripted for the inspector character (available in single sided printer and double sided printer format)
  • Solution script for the inspector character (needed when printing from the single sided copy)
  • MP3 files for the inspector character (dialogue and solution)
  • Hints and tips
  • Recipe suggestions
  • Money off voucher towards next purchase

How does a “Pre-printed box set” work?

This is the easiest way to play.  Everything you need will arrive in a box, pre-printed, directly to your door.

You will receive through the post:

  • Instruction booklet (includes hints and tips)
  • Invitations and envelopes for all the guests
  • Character booklets
  • CD of the inspector
  • Inspector script in a sealed envelope so you don’t find out the solution by accident!
  • Making the most of your theme and recipe suggestion booklet.
  • Money off voucher towards next purchase (printed inside the booklets)

We always ship within 24 hours meaning orders arrive as quickly as possible.

As each game is printed on demand, we can also provide a customisation service on any order.  See details further down the page on what we can do to tailor this game to your party.

Characters in the game:

6 players

Arthur “Bronzie” Bronzerelli – Biker
In skintight jeans, white tee shirt and leather jacket with matching belt, Bronzie loves to show off his tan and always has a comb for his slicked back hair.

Pinkie LaRue – Purple Lady
The Founder of the “Purple Ladies” girl club, Pinkie is one tough cookie with a soft inside. She is noted for her boisterous manner, tight clothing and her signature scarf knotted around her neck.

Maynard G. Wayout – Beatnik
A “new” generation guy and published poet, Maynard expresses himself through his dark poetry and his interest in jazz music. With his bongo drums ever at his side on a leather strap, he sports a goatee and always wears sunglasses.

Poora Moore – Waitress
A beauty school dropout, Poora is always in her uniform and apron. She hustles for tips, and is ever ready with her coffee pot in hand to refill a cup.

Buddy Folly – Singer
A rising star, Buddy just released his first hit single, “Good Golly, Miss Polly”. He is never seen in public without his white dinner jacket and his dark rimmed glasses.

Peggy Sousa – 50s typical teen
The quintessential teenager, Peggy loves rock ‘n’ roll music and jives to it while wearing her bobby socks and penny loafers. Her pony tail is her crowning glory along with the scarf tied around it.

8 players

Arthur “Bronzie” Bronzerelli – Biker
In skintight jeans, white tee shirt and leather jacket with matching belt, Bronzie loves to show off his tan and always has a comb for his slicked back hair.

Pinkie LaRue – Purple Lady
The Founder of the “Purple Ladies” girl club, Pinkie is one tough cookie with a soft inside. She is noted for her boisterous manner, tight clothing and her signature scarf knotted around her neck.

Maynard G. Wayout – Beatnik
A “new” generation guy and published poet, Maynard expresses himself through his dark poetry and his interest in jazz music. With his bongo drums ever at his side on a leather strap, he sports a goatee and always wears sunglasses.

Poora Moore – Waitress
A beauty school dropout, Poora is always in her uniform and apron. She hustles for tips, and is ever ready with her coffee pot in hand to refill a cup.

Buddy Folly – Singer
A rising star, Buddy just released his first hit single, “Good Golly, Miss Polly”. He is never seen in public without his white dinner jacket and his dark rimmed glasses.

Peggy Sousa – 50s typical teen
The quintessential teenager, Peggy loves rock ‘n’ roll music and jives to it while wearing her bobby socks and penny loafers. Her pony tail is her crowning glory along with the scarf tied around it.

Biff Letterman – Jock
Star quarterback of the football team back in his teenage years, Biff still wears his Athletic Letters proudly wherever he goes, as his days at Fairfield Unity were his best. He always has some balls in hand, ready to play.

Sandra Delight – Beauty Queen
Voted “Miss Popularity” and Senior Prom Queen, Sandra lives up to her image and is never seen without full makeup, high heels and her tiara.

10 players

Arthur “Bronzie” Bronzerelli – Biker
In skintight jeans, white tee shirt and leather jacket with matching belt, Bronzie loves to show off his tan and always has a comb for his slicked back hair.

Pinkie LaRue – Purple Lady
The Founder of the “Purple Ladies” girl club, Pinkie is one tough cookie with a soft inside. She is noted for her boisterous manner, tight clothing and her signature scarf knotted around her neck.

Maynard G. Wayout – Beatnik
A “new” generation guy and published poet, Maynard expresses himself through his dark poetry and his interest in jazz music. With his bongo drums ever at his side on a leather strap, he sports a goatee and always wears sunglasses.

Poora Moore – Waitress
A beauty school dropout, Poora is always in her uniform and apron. She hustles for tips, and is ever ready with her coffee pot in hand to refill a cup.

Buddy Folly – Singer
A rising star, Buddy just released his first hit single, “Good Golly, Miss Polly”. He is never seen in public without his white dinner jacket and his dark rimmed glasses.

Peggy Sousa – 50s typical teen
The quintessential teenager, Peggy loves rock ‘n’ roll music and jives to it while wearing her bobby socks and penny loafers. Her pony tail is her crowning glory along with the scarf tied around it.

Biff Letterman – Jock
Star quarterback of the football team back in his teenage years, Biff still wears his Athletic Letters proudly wherever he goes, as his days at Fairfield Unity were his best. He always has some balls in hand, ready to play.

Sandra Delight – Beauty Queen
Voted “Miss Popularity” and Senior Prom Queen, Sandra lives up to her image and is never seen without full makeup, high heels and her tiara.

D’Juan Datiwant – Nerd
D’Juan is the studious type and his look is disheveled. He doesn’t seem to mind that his glasses are taped together on the nosepiece or that his pants are too short.

MaeLin Monwoe – Movie Star
An experienced actress in B-rated movies, the oriental beauty MaeLin, has platinum blonde hair, a beauty mark by her lips and is always seen wearing sensuous clothing.

12 players

Arthur “Bronzie” Bronzerelli – Biker
In skintight jeans, white tee shirt and leather jacket with matching belt, Bronzie loves to show off his tan and always has a comb for his slicked back hair.

Pinkie LaRue – Purple Lady
The Founder of the “Purple Ladies” girl club, Pinkie is one tough cookie with a soft inside. She is noted for her boisterous manner, tight clothing and her signature scarf knotted around her neck.

Maynard G. Wayout – Beatnik
A “new” generation guy and published poet, Maynard expresses himself through his dark poetry and his interest in jazz music. With his bongo drums ever at his side on a leather strap, he sports a goatee and always wears sunglasses.

Poora Moore – Waitress
A beauty school dropout, Poora is always in her uniform and apron. She hustles for tips, and is ever ready with her coffee pot in hand to refill a cup.

Buddy Folly – Singer
A rising star, Buddy just released his first hit single, “Good Golly, Miss Polly”. He is never seen in public without his white dinner jacket and his dark rimmed glasses.

Peggy Sousa – 50s typical teen
The quintessential teenager, Peggy loves rock ‘n’ roll music and jives to it while wearing her bobby socks and penny loafers. Her pony tail is her crowning glory along with the scarf tied around it.

Biff Letterman – Jock
Star quarterback of the football team back in his teenage years, Biff still wears his Athletic Letters proudly wherever he goes, as his days at Fairfield Unity were his best. He always has some balls in hand, ready to play.

Sandra Delight – Beauty Queen
Voted “Miss Popularity” and Senior Prom Queen, Sandra lives up to her image and is never seen without full makeup, high heels and her tiara.

D’Juan Datiwant – Nerd
D’Juan is the studious type and his look is disheveled. He doesn’t seem to mind that his glasses are taped together on the nosepiece or that his pants are too short.

MaeLin Monwoe – Movie Star
An experienced actress in B-rated movies, the oriental beauty MaeLin, has platinum blonde hair, a beauty mark by her lips and is always seen wearing sensuous clothing.

Sam Seafaring – Sailor
Now a Merchant Marine, Sam has been at sea since he was 18, having served his stint in the Navy during World War 2. He is a true sailor, right down to his tattoo and his white cap.

Gloria Sair – Hairdresser
A prominent salon owner in the community, Gloria promotes herself by wearing all of the latest fashions and loves to wear her hair in an updo.

Customise this game

This game can be customised to fit your event for an additional fee.

It’s hard to give “ball park” figures for what different customisations would cost however we’ve attempted to HERE.  Please do contact us for a free quote if you would like any customisations on your game before purchase.

Remember… if you just need 1 extra person, or 1 less person, why not have someone play the inspector role?

The inspector can usually be male or female as the “for real” inspector can simply invent a new name for themselves.

Some hosts prefer to play the inspector role as it means they can work on the catering while the round plays out amongst their guests.