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CLUE JR. The Case of the Missing Cake

by Hasbro

Price: $35.83 + $5.49 shipping
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  • 2 to 6 players.
  • Ages 5 to 8
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CLUE JR. The Case of the Missing Cake + Clue Jr. The Case of the Hidden Toys + Clue Junior
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 1 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (USA)
  • ASIN: B0006YXVKQ
  • Item model number: 0409 S5
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,041 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Give junior detectives a chance to solve the case with this specially designed game--a classic Whodunit for ages five to eight! Find the clues to find out who stole the cake and ate it, too! It's classic CLUE fun for kids!

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Customer Reviews

Encourages great thinking & logic skills.
Julie Armstrong
If someone thinks clue is too hard or too long, buy this game for them.
Sharon Wirth
Would recommend it to anyone who has kids that like to play games.
Rhonda Hall

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 26, 2001
I bought this when my older daughter was 4, and she immediately loved it. At age 8, she still enjoys playing it with her 4 year old sister. No reading skills are needed, so IMO the age ranges can be lowered.
HOWEVER: the adults in the house got really, REALLY bored with the game. Our children weren't able to play it without an adult also taking part in the game until the older one was perhaps 7, so if you want to buy games that you won't mind playing, you may want to give this one a pass.
We have a slightly older version, where clues were hid beneath cardboard cutouts of trees and mailboxes and such; these eventually lost their stiffness.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Lindeman on November 13, 2000
This was a gift for my 5 year old son. It was his first "real" board game beyond Candyland, etc. He loves it!!. It's realistic enough that it can be related to everyday happenings, yet the intrigue of solving the puzzle is like being a crime solver. I highly recommend it for this age group.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By D. Hilscher on March 25, 2005
My daugther just received this game for her 4th birthday. She played it once at a friend's house and had been talking about it ever since. She was SO excited when she opened this present. The game is so much fun. It is a kids game that I actually like playing. (nice to get a break from Candyland and Chute and Ladders) It is easy to figure out how to play -- just a matter of reading the directions, which are simply written and easy to understand. The object of the game is to find out who ate the cake, what time they ate it and what they had to drink with it. The figures slide into the disc shaped stands and which ever figure has the picture of cake crumbs is the one who ate it. The stands slide off so the person who ate the cake is never the same. It is similar to the original clue game in that you go to the different rooms etc. It is just simplified. The game is designed for 5-8 year olds but my daugther just turned 4 and loves playing it! I do have to help her out a little but eventually she'll be able to play it with out my help. When we're not playing the game, she loves to play "house" with the figures. I'd recommend this for any young dectective or any parent who is looking for a break from other child games!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By "fundaddy" on February 22, 2001
We just played this game with our 5-year-old daughter. Though we had fun it was impossible to keep the pieces in the right place. The individual character pieces as well as the furniture pieces are all very large. Since the goal of the came is accomplished by occupying the same tiny space as another player or piece of furniture, ultimately the pieces get jumbled. It becomes very difficult to see where you are and how to get where you want to go. Only 2 elements to guess makes the game easy enough for a five-year-old. Cute pictures make it fun. Process of elimination is a worthwhile learning concept but only goes so far. We probably won't play this game too often though because of the hassle.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Wirth on July 3, 2001
Clue Jr. is just like clue but it is easier. There are only 4 people,5 or 6 places, and pets. You have to find out, who stole the pet, what pet, and where did he/she put the pet. This game is great for my sister. (She is nine.) She hates clue because it is too hard and too long. She loves this game. If someone thinks clue is too hard or too long, buy this game for them.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Holis on December 25, 2003
I am a huge Clue fan. Played it as a kid and as an adult. I was very hesitant to purchase a kids game. I find them rather boring when you child says "mom play this game with me." But I got it anyway. We played it tonight. It is so cute and fun. You have to go around and find out who, what time, and with what beverage someone ate the cake. There are no cards. All are on the plastic bases of the pawns. I think it is very educational. Teaches number recogintion, process of elimiation, matching skills, logic, time, counting. Just plan thinking. My 5 1/2 year old playing with Hubby and me. Cant wait to have his friends over to play. I only give durablity 2 stars because the pawns are colored cardboard of people, and I can see my 2 year old chewing on these people and disintigrate them. This is a keeper.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By "lynkfri13" on September 30, 2002
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~I adore the adult version of Clue, but it was a little too tricky for the girls at ages 8-9. Clue Jr. was a perfect substitute, and now at ages 10-12, they are moving on to the adult version.
~ - ~ The idea is the same as adult Clue. Each player races to "solve" the "Mysteries" (no-murders here!). This game's goal is to find the location of missing pets and toys. The game pieces and arrangement of the board are helpful for the young players.
~ - ~ The only drawback is that pieces can fall over easily, and inadvertently cause a "clue" to be revealed.
~ - ~ There is a definite element of luck, more than in Adult "Clue" so the kids have a chance when competing with grownups.
~ - ~ This game was very popular with the 7-9 group. Although sturdier pieces would be nice, it's great as an introduction to adult "Clue" and is a nice challenge and logic builder for the kids.
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I do recommend this for kids age 7-9 that like puzzles, mysteries, or board games. Adults can play without being bored silly. :-)
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