Mystery of the Abbey is Back

Put a little Mystery back in your life! Out of print for several years, Mystery of the Abbey is a whodunit game of deduction and intuition, set in a medieval abbey… and it’s now available once again.

Mystery of the Abbey players compete to solve the mystery by moving through the Abbey’s beautifully rendered board and questioning their brethren. You’ll visit the Abbey’s darkest recesses, grabbing some relics here, flipping the pages of some forbidden manuscripts there, attend Mass of course, and question your brethren in a shrewd manner without attracting undue attention to your own deductions.

Mystery of the Abbey includes 1 beautifully rendered board map of the abbey; 6 Monk miniatures; 90 Illustrated cards, 6 Deduction notebooks and 50 Suspect sheets; 3 custom Wooden Monk dice and of course 1 Mass bell to call you to chapel. It accommodates 3-6 players, ages 8+ and takes 60-90 minutes to discover who killed Brother Adelmo! Pick up a copy of Mystery of the Abbey in better game stores in Europe and North America, or order your copy from the Days of Wonder webstore.

This post is also available in: French

5 Responses to “Mystery of the Abbey is Back”

  1. Leroy Reuter says:

    Great news! Will the expansion be included or reprinted as well?

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  3. davevoodoo says:

    I’ve just received a copy of Mystery of the Abbey – I’ve seen on board game geek that in the English version the Mass cards have been misprinted – I believe there will be amended cards printed and issued if we have these (which it appears I do as all Mass cards say 2 cards must be passed) – how do I register to receive these when they are issued?

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