• Mystery of the Abbey

Game Details
Players3 - 6 Age8 and up Time60 - 90 minutes Designer(s)Bruno Faidutti, Serge Laget PublisherDays of Wonder

Mystery of the Abbey

MYR269.00 MYR255.00

Mystery of the Abbey is 'the thinking person's Clue', a new kind of "whodunit" game of deduction and intuition, set in a medieval abbey. Players compete and collaborate to solve the mystery by moving through the Abbey's beautifully rendered board and questioning their brethren. Gameplay is in turn fun, captivating and tense; the atmosphere, vivid; the immersion, complete.

Weight (kg)1.24 kg


The peaceful Templars' Abbey is a rare haven of tranquility for road weary travelers. And so you found it when you arrived last night. That serenity was shattered this morning with the discovery of the lifeless body of Brother Adelmo at the foot of the Monastery's cliffs. Did the usually nimble-footed Brother slip to his death? Or did someone help him in his fall?

Mystery of the Abbey is 'the thinking person's Clue' -- a new kind of whodunit boardgame, set in a medieval French Abbey. Players must solve the crime by moving through the beautifully illustrated Abbey board, searching for clues, questioning the other monks and using their intuition to uncover the truth.

Constant interactivity between the players, intelligent questioning and dynamic intrigue make Mystery of the Abbey the game of choice for an hour of fun with family and friends alike.

The game features high-touch, high-quality components. With monk figures cast in stone, a tin bell to ring mass, a beautifully rendered board, and the delightfully illustrated suspect sheets - Days of Wonder's dedication to quality makes every game session a memorable experience.


1 Board Map of the Templars' Abbey
6 Monk Miniatures Cast in Stone Resin
1 Deduction Notebook for Each Player
1 Rules Booklet
50 Suspect Sheets
90 Delightfully Illustrated Cards
1 Days of Wonder Web Card
3 Wooden Monk Dice

The reprint of this game includes a new 12-card expansion pack called The Pilgrims' Chronicles.

GAMES Magazine
Family Games Honoree 2004

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