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SPRING FAIR 2011: University relaunches Murder range

University Games re-launched its first-ever series of games at the 2011 Spring Fair - Murder Mystery Party.
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Re-packaged, and with new updated content, the role-playing ‘parties-in-a-box’ include A Taste for Wine and Murder, Murder at Mardi Gras and Murder Down Under.

The new board game Pointless released by University at the end of 2010, is based on the BBC TV quiz show hosted by Alexander Armstrong. New episodes of Pointless have just been commissioned and Armstrong will host a fourth and fifth series in 2011.

Also launching in the family games category in July is a major new UK game called 5 Second Rule. The game was awarded Best New Toy for 2011 at the London Toy Fair earlier this month and is nominated as US Toy of the Year 2011.

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