Set in the lights of a 1950’s US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. As psychics, you’re convinced that a ghost haunts this carnival... You’re now … Thanks to its streamlined nature, setup in Mysterium Park is a doddle, as is learning the rules. Set in the lights of a 1950’s US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. In this video blog, Jamey spends 4-5 minutes talking about his favorite mechanism in each of the games he owns. The player acting as the ghost (usually the owner of the game initially) will draw three random plot cards from a sizeable deck. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. Mysterium Park is the brand new murder mystery like cooperative board game from publisher Libellud. This series is geared towards game designers. Since that night, weird things are happening on the fairground. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. The park’s former director has disappeared, but the investigation came to nothing. Coming from the designers of the original Mysterium, Oleksandr Nevskiy and Oleg Sidorenko, this sees 2 – 6 players using cards featuring abstract artwork to deduce a culprit and the crime scene.Mysterium Park offers a shorter experience than the original, with games lasting around half an hour. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules. Set in the lights of a 1950's US fairground, Mysterium Park shares the same core mechanism with the famous award-winning game it reimplements, though bringing a different approach: it is smaller and faster, thanks to very quick setup and simplified rules.