48 Hour Crime Scene : Digital Forensics

A Stand-Alone Expansion for 24 Hour Crime Scene

After a vicious murder has been committed, you and your colleagues are the detectives tasked with solving the case, but you only have 48 hours at the crime scene to connect the clues, interview the suspects, investigate the victim’s computer, and uncover the truth of what happened. 


48 Hour Crime Scene: Digital Forensics is a stand-alone expansion for 24 Hour Crime Scene48 Hour Crime Scene contains 24 Hour Crime Scene within it, so you don’t need both games to play. The game is for one to four players where each player assumes the role of a detective investigating the crime scene of a murder.

Over the course of the game you will discover more about the crime scene, discover clues, collect evidence, find suspects and interview them.

As a player, it is up to you to invent the clues and information that you discover. For instance, when you discover a Clue, you decide what that Clue is, and then draw it onto the Crime Scene, anywhere you’d like. It will then be up to you and the other detectives to connect all of the clues and evidence later.

By the end of the game you will have gathered enough evidence to charge one of the suspects with the murder. 

Digital Forensics – What’s New?

48 Hour Crime Scene introduces 24 new cards, and 48 new prompts to be used in your game. Not only that, there is a brand new place to investigate: the victim’s computer. One suit of cards (the diamonds) feature 24 prompts related to the victim’s computer that will help you build an even more comprehensive overview of the crime, and learn even more information about the victim and suspects!

Turn Order

​On your turn you will do the following:

1. Draw a card, read the related prompt, and then resolve it.

2. You will also take an additional action where you can add a clue to the crime scene, turn a clue into evidence, interview a suspect or even consult with the other detectives.​


Included with the game are alternative game modes:

Serial Killer Mode: A campaign-style mode with a single killer and three victims that plays over a series of games.

Solo Mode: A solo version of the game that plays almost identically to multiplayer mode.

12/24/36/48 Hour Crime Scene: We’re also including a way to create your own unique game variant!


Player Count: 1 to 4

Game Length: 1 to 3 hours

Pages: 25

Additional Materials: You will need, pens or pencils, paper, and a standard deck of playing cards.

Designer: William Long

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