Welcome to Whitechapel. Welcome to Jack the Ripper’s streets. Letters from Whitechapel is a game of deduction and bluffing set in London, 1888, the time of Jack the Ripper. It’s a game for two to six players, age 13 or older, for an average time of 90 minutes. Five important detectives are on the trail of Jack the Ripper, the most dangerous serial killer of all time. They must chase the mysterious murderer through the tangled streets and alleys of the Whitechapel district. One player plays Jack the Ripper, and his goal is to take five victims before being caught. The rest of the players are police detectives, who must cooperate to catch Jack the Ripper before the end of the game.
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THRILLING MYSTERY GAME: In this game of deduction and bluffing set in Victorian London, five detectives chase the dangerous serial killer Jack the Ripper through the tangled streets and alleys of the Whitechapel district.
COMPETITIVE AND COOPERATIVE: One player takes on the role of Jack and the rest play as detectives. Jack wins the game if he kills five victims without being caught. The detectives win if they catch Jack or stop him from reaching his hideout.
COMPLEX STRATEGY GAME: A mental and pschological challenge, this game is divided into four nights, each with two parts and a number of different phases. Players must carefully make risky moves and find clues within a set number of turns.
COUNTLESS REPLAY OPPORTUNITIES: With a one-against-five dynamic and optional rules to add extra challenges, no two games are ever the same. LOOKING FOR MORE ADVENTURES? Check out the other Whitehall Mystery games for game night.
NUMBER OF PLAYERS AND AVERAGE PLAYTIME: This board game for teens and adults can be played with 2 to 5 players ages 13 and up. The average playtime is 90 minutes.