Welcome to Mysterium Park! ...with its cotton candy, its circus, and its wonderfull attractions. dark secrets. wonderfull attractions. dark secrets.

Mysterium Park

Image interpretation / Cooperative

The park’s former director disappeared, but the investigation turned up nothing. Since that night, weird things have been happening on the fairgrounds. As psychics, you’re convinced that a ghost haunts this carnival. You’re now intent on giving it a chance to reveal the truth.

In this cooperative game, the ghost sends visions with illustrated cards. The psychics try to interpret them in order to rule out certain suspects and locations. Then, they’ll seize their only chance to piece together what happened to the director. You have only six nights before the carnival leaves town.



Mysterium Park VS Mysterium

Mysterium Park is a standalone game of Mysterium. It is not an expansion.

What are the main difference between the two games ?

  • THE THEME: Mysterium Park takes place in an US fairground in the 1950s whereas Mysterium immerses you in an haunted Scottish manor in the 1920s.
  • THE EXPERIENCE: Mysterium Park is faster than Mysterium (faster to play or and to set up) and it is more casual than Mysterium there is calmer and more advanced immersion.
  • THE COMPONENTS: Mysterium Park is a small box easy to take away while Mysterium  offers you to install the entire manor on your table.

Mysterium Park

Key information

Designers: Oleg Sidorenko and Oleksandr Nevskiy

Artists: Xavier Collette and M81 Studio

Publisher: Libellud

Distributor: Asmodee

Release: End of 2020