Free Online Murder Mystery Games

I scoured the Internet looking for quality free online murder mystery games more out of hope than expectation. Much to my delight though, the good old BBC came up trumps.

To play the following games, you will need to have a program called RealPlayer installed on your computer.

If you don't have RealPlayer you can download it for free by Clicking Here.

To get the most out of these free online murder mystery games, you will also need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to open and read crime scene reports, charge sheets etc.

You can get Adobe Reader here (a new window will open so you can download without leaving this page).

BBC Radio Devon Murder Mystery Play

The Murder Mystery play was first broadcast live on the 15th December 2004 and over 13,000 listners tried to solve the crime. To play, simply download the detection pack and listen to the action unfold.

This Murder Mystery play was originally written and performed to help raise money for the BBC Devon Chestnut Appeal and you can still make a donation.

Click Here to get sleuthing.

BBC Radio Oxford Interactive Murder Mystery Game

It is early Spring at St Tim's College, Oxford. The establishment are reeling from the news that one of their bright, young, talented female students has been murdered.

You are the detective but time is running out. Are you up to the challenge of finding the killer and solving the crime?

Introduced by Inspector Morse writer Colin Dexter. Click Here to get cracking.

BBC Drama: The Seven Noble Kinsmen

A Shakespearean murder mystery in 6 acts.

Take the role of 'the critic' and solve a series of bizarre murders.

To play the game you will need to sign up for a free BBC online membership. This will allow you to come back to the game at anytime and pick up where you left off.

Is this a dagger which I see before me? Click Here to find out.

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