Mega Giveaway Day 81- Deception: Murder in Hong Kong Game

Mega Giveaway Day 81- Deception: Murder in Hong Kong Game

Day 81 brings us murder and deception in the form of Grey Fox Games‘ aptly named Deception: Murder in Hong Kong! We’re pleased to be able to work with the awesome team at Grey Fox to continue to share their games and thrilled that we get to give one of these away!

Check out our gift guide featuring many party games to play with your family and friends. Many thanks to Grey Fox Games for participating in this year’s Mega Giveaway. Give a shout-out to Grey Fox Games on Facebook and Twitter and let them know your favorite game. Tell them thanks for offering the prize, too!

100+ Days of Giveaways – Day 81 – Deception: Murder in Hong Kong

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33 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 81- Deception: Murder in Hong Kong Game»

  1. David Carapinha says:

    Acting really friendly always helps me out in these kind of games!

  2. Deanna McCoy says:

    I’m terrible at bluffing but I sometimes tell the truth to make the others think I’m bluffing. Works with kids.

  3. June S. says:

    I can keep a straight face no matter how bad I am bluffing, learned this from playing poker a lot.

  4. brody says:

    Just in your head pretend like your another character and try hard to fool yourself

  5. Mark Marine says:

    Get lucky when asked something specific … because once a target …

  6. william gossage says:

    i tell my friend he should gave me a better hand

  7. Kim Davis says:

    I keep a poker face.

  8. Adam S says:

    I think of cricket.

  9. Andrew W. says:

    Quickly making accusations about other players based on almost no logic at all seems to work very well.

  10. Scott Anthony says:

    Try to keep a straight face with no tells. If that doesn’t work try to falsely accuse others to throw off the scent lol.

  11. Michael Shea says:

    LIE LIE LIE!

  12. Brad R says:

    Try not to have a “tell” and try to deflect!

  13. Jason Mack says:

    I simply act suspicious in all games to throw everyone off

  14. PBinCT says:

    I put the cards in front of my face to hide my smile.

  15. william gossage says:

    I act like i have a bad hand

  16. Justin Greer says:

    I just try to shift the blame to someone else

  17. Darlene Owen says:

    What I do is talk friendly to everyone.

  18. Mitch says:

    I act so erratic all the time no one can guess

  19. Bryce Nelson says:

    Don’t be afraid to make accusations against other players. People tend to be less suspicious of someone who makes an accusation against anyone who doesn’t quite fit the bill.

  20. Ryan Jensen says:

    What tricks do you use to keep from giving yourself away in games like this?
    Always look guilty

  21. Michael C. Steffens says:

    I’m rubbish at bluffing games, so in this one I try to keep the attention on others.

  22. Ruth says:

    Lie a lot

  23. jeff speck says:

    Not a bluffer. I just always tell the truth (except one time).

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  24. Joanna Sisk says:

    always look guilty! No matter what!!

  25. Cody Davis says:

    Try to be logical as possible. But keeping it short and sweet so you don’t run into yourself.

  26. Spencer H. says:

    Deflection and a good poker face are key.

  27. Nick S says:

    I never lie, at first. When people believe that you never bluff, bluffing becomes easy.

  28. Brian R says:

    I try not to look anyone in the eyes, for any reason.

  29. Joe Walters says:

    I have so been wanting to play this

    1. Joe Walters says:

      i make myself look as guilty as possible by talking a lot, then the other players think I’m bluffing and it is deflected onto the players who are not talking or acting crazy

  30. Scotty B says:

    I act innocent and ask questions like i dont understand the rules

  31. Jeremy S says:

    I use the “I know it looks like I did it, but look at how guilty so and so looks!” approach

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