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  • For more than 50 years, this mystery's kept everyone guessing!
  • Poor Mr. Boddy's been murdered in his own stately home!
  • Who could have done it? And how? And where?
  • Was it Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory with the Revolver?
  • There are six suspects, six possible murder weapons and nine rooms in the mansion
  • This leaaves hundreds of possibilities, and plenty of clues to investigate!
  • For 3 to 6 players
  • Manufacturer's recommended age 8 years +
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Technical Details
Item Weight662 g
Product Dimensions27 x 26.6 x 5.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:9 years and up
Item model number40613XXXX
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Best Sellers Rank 89,181 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight662 g
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Date First Available23 Jan. 2007

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Box Contains

  • 19 1/2 X 19 1/2 Clue Gameboard
  • 6 Collectible Suspect Tokens
  • 6 Weapons Tokens
  • Deck of Suspects
  • Weapons and Room Cards
  • Confidential Case File
  • Detective Notebook Pad
  • 2 Dice
  • Instructions in English and Spanish

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    36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Picard TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Mar. 2007
    Its amazing how you can forget about such timeless games such as Cluedo, but after a spring clearout, I found a terribly old edition of Monopoly (with that awful stale smell!) and a 70's edition of Cluedo on top of my wardrobe. Cluedo seems to stand out the most, because it didn't cause as many as many arguments in the family, and its enjoyment factor is second to none.

    Its hard to review games and try to convince the buyer how good or bad they are - everyone has their own tastes on what they find enjoyable. Cluedo however, is very much a neutral game, because few people dislike it, or indeed, find it the best thing since sliced bread. You don't need lots of players, but do you need more than 2 (for an interesting game). Its not boring, but its not too exciting... Get the idea?

    I bought this modern edition to find little has changed since the times of my 70's edition, apart from that the board has some nice pictures on it (replacing the awful plain mucky cream board) and that the playing pieces were improved (replacing little plastic cones, with balls on top). The packaging was also thankfully smaller. The game's objective is fairly straightforward - you simply need to discover who murdered the victim, using what weapon, and in what room. This is done through the process of elimination, and of course, this is were people play it differently. Play to the proper rules, and you'll have cramp in your legs due to hours of studying other players cards. Or, as we discovered, you can just simplfy the game if you have a time limit, which when I was kid, wasn't long if the Lego was in the room too.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I AM ME on 29 Oct. 2007
    This is ( in my opinion ) one of the greatest board games ever. It is so enjoyable and it is very educational because you really have to strain your brain if you want to do well. I reccomend this and Monopoly as the two greatest board games.

    The game is played like this, somebody has been murdered and each player gets a group of cards and then 3 unknown cards are put in a package in the middle. The aim is to find out what those cards are, they must be a person, a weapon, and the room the murder was commited in. At the players turn he/she rolls the dice and then can go into one of the rooms, they can then say, for example 'I suspect colonel mustard, in the drawing room, with the candle stick', the room they say must be the room they are in. They must say that to somebody and if that somebody has the cards that the player just said, he/she can cross them of his/her list of suspects/rooms/weapons.

    The game can only be won by wit and deduction, and I reccomend it to people who enjoy detective novels/shows because I imagine the same type of people would enjoy it.
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    22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 29 April 2005
    Known in Britain and Germany as Cluedo but in America as Clue, this classic game is based on a simple idea but your enjoyment of it (or lack thereof) will depend to some extent on what sort of brain you have. The game is basically a logic puzzle so it is not a game of luck (though there is a little luck involved) so the most skilful player will win most of the time.
    With six possible murderers, six possible weapons and nine possible locations, there are 314 possible solutions to the puzzle. By a process of elimination, each player tries to work out the combination. Each player is dealt some cards containing names of people, weapons and locations, so is able to eliminate some possibilities immediately.
    The main skill lies is in knowing what is the best combination to guess when it is your turn to guess, and understanding the implications of your (and other people's) previous guesses. When you guess a combination, you announce it aloud for everybody to hear. Going round in a circle, your opponents have to either say they haven't got any of those three or they show you a card. Nobody else sees this card but they know that this person has one of the three you guessed. Of course, that person may have more than one of the three but as only one card need be shown, you don't know that. If none of your opponents is able to show you a card, then either you have guessed correctly or you've got one of the cards in your own hand. In the latter case, it seems like a wasted guess although there are occasions when bluffing might be useful. In any case, those players who can make most use of clues offered by all guesses, not just their own, have the best chance of winning.
    Yes, this game can be a lot of fun, but you need a brain suited to solving logic puzzles to really enjoy it.
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    Cluedo is one of my favourite board games. Players must use clues given to them by other players to work out who killed Dr Black, where they killed him and what weapon they used. The first to get the correct solution wins the game. Brilliant fun for all the family as rules are simple and a game doesn't last excessively long. The game will never get boring and since there are 324 possible solutions the game never becomes predictable. An absolute must-have for every family and an ideal Christmas present for an older child.
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