Undo is a series of highly entertaining co-operative deduction games. Each game starts with a corpse and a timeline of events leading up to this conclusion. Each time players examine an event, they have three options to change history – but will their decision make things better or worse?
Once players have done all that they can (and they can't look at every event), they get to find out the new ending.
With half a dozen people round the table (after dinner?), debate and discussion really flourish – you may need to impose a time limit. And it may take you several attempts to 'solve' one of these.
I have the first three in the series: Blood in the Gutter, Cherry Blossom Festival and Curse from the Past.
Undo – Blood in the Gutter
Chicago, 1929: shots ring out and a bloody corpse lies in an alleyway, a teddy bear by one hand...
For 2-6 players (though it would probably work with more), aged 10+, playing time 45-120 minutes (depending on how much debate there is): £10.00 (£8.33 without tax outside the EU)