Dear Player,

 

FionaFarenheit is dead and we need your help to discover who killed her. To do this, we need you to join us in the world of Second Life and assume the role of one of the suspects.

 

Thank you in advance for your co-operation. I look forward to meeting you online, where you will help me discover Who Killed FionaFarenheit.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

LucasHeid

Detective Chief Inspector

SLPD – Second Life Police Department

 

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Who Killed FionaFarenheit? is based between the worlds of real life and Second Life.

 

Seven players anonymously adopt the roles of seven suspects in an online murder case. During the game, they discover useful information about themselves and those around them.

 

The avatar detectives encourage players to be tactical, mischievous and just a little brazen. The online anonymity means you can pretty much get away with, well, murder.

What people said

"That was SO MUCH FUN. Thank you!"

Sterts Theatre Player

"I felt so naughty!"

RHUL Player

"It made me questions who I am and how I interact with others"

RCSSD Player

"Exhilarating, surprising and very fun"

RHUL Player

"Oh my God! What does my online behaviour say about me?!"

RCSSD Player

Location

 

First edition - The Boilerhouse, RHUL: 15th, 16th March 2011

Playtesting - Sterts Theatre, Cornwall: 22nd - 26th August 2011

Second edition - Studio One, RCSSD: 2nd, 9th December 2011

Game Credits

 

Original Design and creation - James Ellin, Melanie Grossenbacher, Daniel Thompson, Emily Tucker

Second Edition - Oli Back, Melanie Grossenbacher, Nat Horne, Daniel Thompson

Film -  Panos Lambis

Who Killed FionaFarenheit? was supported by:

Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

BLOCK STOP create exciting story-based live action games. Our games see fictional events unfold in the real world, where players meet characters, solve puzzles and engage in playful narrative twists and turns.

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Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Supported by The Next Stage at Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Supported by The Student Workshop, RHUL Supported by Royal Central School of Speech and Drama