An announcement regarding Foulplay events in light of COVID-19
As a murder mystery company who delights in bringing people together to build community, naturally we have had to reconsider our plans over the next several months. Our safety, your safety, and our community’s safety is our top concern. This means, sadly, we will not have any upcoming in-person playtests scheduled for the foreseeable future and will not be participating in any upcoming conventions.
This all being said, we are shifting many of our events online! The best way to keep updated on online events and opportunities to connect is via our email list or via social media on Facebook and Instagram. You can also reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about upcoming events.
We hope that you all stay safe and healthy. You are on our minds, and we are grateful for all your support!
Upcoming Online Events
Join Foulplay, May 23rd at 7:00 pm PDT for an online murder mystery party, WANDERSTAR: Remote Worlds! Use your imagination and spend the night accomplishing your goals, making some new friends (or enemies!), and solving the murder. This is a live-action, freeform murder mystery game; no actors, no scripts! This game is run entirely online using unique video conferencing software for a murder mystery experience you will never forget!
**Please note that you will need a desktop or laptop computer, a functioning webcam, and access to reliable internet to participate in this event.
NO PHONES OR TABLETS.**
Don't miss out! Get your tickets before they sell out!
Join Foulplay at GeekGirlCon for a panel on Women and True Crime!
Murder mystery has been a popular genre for years--from Sherlock Holmes to Agatha Christie novels--but recently, true crime has surged into mainstream popularity. The rise of podcasts, shows, and documentaries like Serial, Making a Murderer, and My Favorite Murder highlight the increasing demand for the genre. This panel will discuss the rise of true crime as a popular genre, including what makes it so popular with women, and explore how the genre can grow from here.
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm in Korra
Play is no longer just for kids! While the stereotype remains that most geeks prefer to enjoy their favorite fandoms alone, over the last few years we are seeing the rise of the social geek. Comic conventions, quidditch, murder mysteries, parties, and other interactive geeky events are more popular than ever. These events add excitement and spontaneity into our everyday lives and allow attendees to be the hero of their own story. Join us for a panel on the importance of interactive geeky events for building community, cultivating joy, escaping reality, and giving adults the chance to play.
2:30-3:30 in Sammus
Enjoy a night of strategy and scheming at GeekGirlCon by playing one Foulplay’s murder mystery roleplaying games! We take inspiration from history and pop culture to create interactive gameplay experiences using deeply-connected storylines, engaging game elements, and unique characters. There are no scripts--you decide what path to take to fulfill your goals and solve the murder. No experience is necessary to play, and we will review how-to’s and best gameplay practices.
Join us for The Curious Carnival, a traveling circus in 1919, celebrating the centennial birthday for the carnival’s famed fortune telling twins. You will receive a character profile, your goals and objectives for the night, money and everything else you need to jump on in. The night is bound to be a showstopper--come feel the magic up close!
Join us Sunday, November 17th for a beer and to celebrate our company's launch! We will be wrapping up our first convention at GeekGirlCon. We couldn't have done it without the support of our friends, families, and community members who tested games and provided feedback along the way. We would like to share this moment with you!
We will be at Optimism Brewing with snacks from 6:00pm-8:30pm, so drop in if you can and come say hi!