No, not since Gary Thompson sat on me in musical chairs in second grade.
A murder mystery party is great fun, as a card party can be, but only when all the guests are aware of it ahead of time. I don't mind the shower bingo game, where you guess what the gifts will be. It tends to focus attention on the honoree as she opens the gifts, which is sometimes helpful as women sometimes drift into side conversations. [Yes, previous sentence is a finalist in the Understatemen-of-the-Year Award contest.] And you can participate or not as you wish. All the other games I've seen have been juvenile and inane.
I attended a party once at an out-of-state relative's house, which included many of their church friends. I was amazed when they began playing riddle-solving games. The entire group participated, and they continued until everyone had guessed the answer except the last person. I thought it was humiliating for those who did not guess it. I'm used to lively after-dinner conversation at the adult parties I've attended. It seemed odd - almost as if they were uncomfortable with making conversation.