Poor Mr. Boddy has been shockingly murdered in his own mansion. To win this game, you must become a roving detective, sniffing out the answers to the classic mystery questions: Who
among Mr. Boddy's guests committed the murder? What
was the murder weapon? (Lead pipe? Wrench? Candlestick?) Where
did the murder happen? (Library? Conservatory?) Because the answers change each time, the game is constantly challenging. A gameboard map of the mansion, detective notepad, deck of cards, one die, wandering playing pieces, and a healthy dose of intuition will help players be the first to figure out the answers. This edition of Clue is a departure from the old faces and mansion rooms that were beginning to look dated after all these years. Sultry Miss Scarlett looks like Lesley Ann Warren from the movie Clue
. Mr. Green looks convincingly sinister, Mrs. Peacock snobbish and potentially cruel. Colonel Mustard is still Pompous, Professor Plum still clueless. Mrs. White, the grandmotherly maid, is downright spooky. --Gail Hudson
For generations, people all around the world have been competing to figure out who killed Mr. Boddy in Parker Brothers' game Clue. Was it Professor Plum in the library with the rope or was it Mrs. Peacock in the kitchen with the candlestick? The mystery changes each time you play. This classic includes gameboard; 6 suspect tokens; 6 weapons; card deck of suspects, weapons and rooms; confidential case file; detective notebook pad; and die. For 3 to 6 players, ages 8 to adult. Imported.