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Miami Fever


Who will rise to power in the 1980s Miami’s criminal underworld?
2,5-3 h |
25-70 |
Finnish / English

This Murder Mystery uses card mechanics


Each guest gets their own character

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It's possible to eliminate or fight other guests

Card-based Murder Mystery with role characters for guests, includes possibility for violence

The glow of neon lights, the smell of burning rubber from sports cars and of course, shoulder toppings, create a scene for a violent showdown between local gangs. Money cases change hands and the glint of stilettos reflect from the mirrored sunglasses as the Murder Mystery in a 1980s nightclub gets underway. Only one gang will be crowned as the rulers of the city’s underworld, as most of the others will leave the party feet first.

Inspired by the 80s pop culture (especially Miami Vice), this Murder Mystery story takes the guests back to the golden days, which many of us would like to forget on their own part. Armed with the unforgettable 80s fashion, the guests have to find out secret information as well as sort out their own animosities.


  • Each guest receives an invitation and a character by email

  • Tuoni Studios’ host is always present and acts as a guide to the program and its rules

  • Guests receive name tags, character sheets, and all the necessary cards and items on site

  • It is possible to fight or eliminate other characters

  • The duration is approx. 2,5-3 hours depenging on the number of guests and if there is a dinner served during the program

  • Language options: Finnish or English




The characters in this Murder Mystery are a manifestation of the 80s pop culture: Players of criminal underworld, rich yuppies, dirty cops, even dirtier politicians, superstars and certainly some street gangs. Good guys are a minority, but you might meet a certain McGyver during the evening. The characters have been divided into groups or gangs, opposing other groups if they have time for it from all the infighting.



Clothing for 80s party is the easy part: rolled up jacket sleeves, shoulder pads, fanny bags, mirror shades and neon colors, or in a street gang: leather, studs and a bandana in gang colors. The hard part is pulling off a mullet or a perm.

Dressing up for the Murder Mystery’s theme helps you immerse yourself in the story and we encourage such endeavors. Character sheets give some ideas of what the character might wear or look like. We want to emphasize that dressing up is not necessary, and the most important thing is to feel comfortable in whatever you choose to wear. What you can find from your own wardrobe is sufficient, but if you want to put in some extra effort, you might find what you need from costume rentals, flea markets, or party prop stores.


This Murder Mystery uses cards (abilities, secrets, gossip, items) as props and keys to solving the case. When the program starts, Tuoni Studios’ host tells you how these cards work, and is present for the whole duration if you need any help with them later. Reading just one secret card seldom leads to any conclusions, so you’ll need more info from different cards and characters, and then start connecting the dots.


You’ll receive these cards at the start of the program, including any items your character might need.


The venue should have enough seats for everyone in case of a dinner, and ample room to mingle. A restaurant cabinet or even a real nightclub works great. There is no need for a stage, AV equipment or microphones unless there's more than 50 guests. Blinking nightclub lights are of course welcome.


  • Acting or memorizing lines are not required when taking part in a Murder Mystery. No one is forced to exit their comfort zone. However, by throwing yourself into the story and your own character, you get the most out of the program.

  • If you normally need glasses to read, we recommend bringing a pair.

  • Conveying information and co-operating with other characters are the key to success in a Murder Mystery. Try to find characters you can trust, ally with, and share information with.

  • Each character has their own agenda, so don’t trust everyone.

  • If you feel stuck, ask the Tuoni Studios’ host for help. They’ll give you more tips on how to advance with your personal goals or solving the case.



Peetu Maijala, Olli Nupponen and Sami Villa


Tuoni Studios Ltd.


Miami Fever is an original story by Tuoni Studios. All rights reserved.

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