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Jonathan Brodeur
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I would like to find a deduction game similar to Mr. Jack but with more players than just 2.

Is there anything on the market that fills this niche?

I tried Mystery Express but although I liked the rules, the game didn't win the heart of any of my gaming groups.
 
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Stephen Conway
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I'd recommend Letters from Whitechapel
 
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Rik Van Horn
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Mystery of the Abbey plays up to 6.
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Laura Creighton
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Timbuktu
 
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Kent Reuber
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In The Name of the Rose each player has an secret identity of one of the monks. On their turn, they can move any piece. Depending on where the piece moves, that piece may accumulate or reduce its number of suspicion points.

At the end of the game you guess the identity of the other players. Each correct guess penalizes the owning player.
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