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The award-winning crime-solving game on Zoom

A man on trial for murder and arson.

How will you find the accused?

Length

90-105 minutes


Skills used
Spotting anomalies

Interrogation

Testing hypotheses

Look at the evidence.

Interview the defendant.

Cast your verdict.

ANY QUESTIONS? 

JURY DUTY

AS FEATURED IN

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Jury Duty, a team building mystery game played online

How it works

Jury Duty is played on Zoom as a team. For larger bookings, multiple teams can take part at the same time.

  • Players are sent links to evidence and a database relating to a fictitious crime.

  • Players interrogate a Defendant several times, and are encouraged to cross-reference with the evidence.

  • When the time is up, players are asked to vote on their verdict!

The story

A fire. A dead man.

A guilty plea for arson, but not for murder.

The truth must come out.

Under the Justice Act (2023), you have been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of online trial. You and your fellow jurors must review the evidence, speak to the accused, and come to a conclusion. Is he guilty or not guilty? And is there more to this case than meets the eye?

How will you find the accused?

Find out more about Jury Duty's original development as a show here.

AS PLAYED BY

Companies that have played Jury Games team building experiences

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Public shows of online Jury Games are currently paused.

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