Valentine’s Brings us Family Time with Crime

Valentine’s Day is coming up next month and my thoughts, naturally, turn towards . . . The Valentine’s Day Massacre!  Now that’s the way to celebrate a holiday.  We here at Mayfair Games have a few games that are a perfect way to commemorate your Valentine’s Day Massacre celebrations:


Gangster You and your fellow mob bosses are all competing to get your boys placed around the city of Chicago to control the important locations.  Only three days remain before the “King of Chicago” takes over the whole city.  As Al Capone used to say, “You can go a long way with a smile.  You can go a lot farther with a smile and a gun.”

ASI5772 Gangster™

Chicago Poker™:

Chicago PokerMake the best poker hands to take over influential businesses in Chicago and you will be “All In” for a handful of fun.

PHA2473 Chicago Poker™

Family Business™:

Family BusinessFamily Values, Mob style!  This classic card game of mob vengeance and survival is perfect to play with your family (ages 6 & up).

MFG4401 Family Business™

AlibiThe Whodunnit Card Game is for those who are more interested in solving the murder.  Use your skills of deduction to solve the who, what, where, when and why of the murder.  Score points for solving the mystery and for helping other players.  Great for 3-10 players this game is perfect for larger gatherings.

MFG0463 Alibi™

Whether you are looking for the rough-and-tumble Chicago of the 20’s and 30’s or a slouch hat and magnifying glass to solve the mystery,  Mayfair Games has something for you and your loved ones for this Valentine’s Day.

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