Sweet Tooth Review

Sweet Tooth Mini Mystery Review

Let’s find out about Deadbolt Mystery Society before we get to Sweet Tooth Mini Mystery Review.

About Deadbolt Mystery Society

Deadbolt Mystery Society is a monthly subscription with a new mystery each month. Each box has puzzles to solve, clues to find and evidence to follow. Each month is a stand alone mystery and they all seem to take place in Valley Falls. I have not done them all to be sure though. The Will Street Detective Agency investigates the mysteries and you work for them.

  • $24.99 plus shipping and tax a month.
  • 1 – 4 players.
  • 1 – 3 hour game.
  • Internet access needed.

Deadbolt Mystery Society Sweet Tooth Mini Mystery Review

Sweet Tooth Review

Description (from Deadbolt Mystery Society website):

Sweet Tooth (Mini Mystery) (November 2020) – Investigate the cutthroat world of baking in our newest mini-mystery as a famous food critic is found murdered after planning a visit to Valley Falls to review its finest culinary establishments. Note: This is a mystery that is half the size of our normal boxes and takes about half the amount of time to complete. The mini will be delivered in an envelope, not a box. Difficulty Rating – 5.5/10

My Thoughts About This Mystery:

Sweet Tooth contents

Oh wow, I love the bright colors and theme of this mini kit. I feel like I put on 5 pounds by looking through this packet. It makes me want to run to the bakery before I get started. Pastries, chocolate, candy… can’t wait to get this one started and see what’s going on in Valley Falls this time. Plus there is a coconut cream pie fudge recipe… sounds yummy. I love coconut and I will have to try this, I hope its a real recipe and not only a clue.

After Finishing the Mystery:

This might be my favorite theme so far. All the clues, puzzles and evidence fit so well with the sweet tooth theme. The suspects cards are all dressed up in their cooking uniforms and look so cute. It doesn’t seem right to be describing suspects in a murder mystery as cute.

Clues that spread out through a few different pieces were not connecting for me and I need a few hints. But after finishing, I did pretty good with this mystery and might have used less clues than usual. Of course it was a mini mystery so I shouldn’t go patting myself on the back.

An enjoyable mystery, it’s too bad it was only a mini mystery. It was over so fast.

3 thoughts on “Sweet Tooth Mini Mystery Review

  1. Hello Anita! Great review on the Sweet Tooth Mini Mystery, that sounds like a lot of fun for a murder mystery. I would want to run to the bakery or candy store too if I played that one. Too bad it was a mini kit and not a box. Hopefully they will catch a glimpse at your review and reconsider! Thank you for sharing.

    Sending lots of love and gratitude,

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