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With Clue Mysteries, you get all the usual suspects, plus six new characters - Rusty, Miss Peach, Lord Gray, Mrs. Meadow-Brook, Prince Azure and Lady Lavender. As armchair Scotland Yard Detectives, you can solve one or more of 50 compelling new crimes before this game is played out. Use your tool kit to decode and investigate each case. The secret mirror tips you off if anyone is lying. If you make the correct arrest, you've won!
Who stole Colonel Mustards pistol and where is the thief now? Who pilfered Mrs. Peacocks diary and where can the culprit be found? In this spin-off of the enduring whodunit game, amateur detectives travel through the countryside of Hampshire, England, to answer these questions and more as they assist Inspector Brown in cracking 50 different cases. Players each receive a notebook of potential suspects, in which they can record important clues gathered on their journey around the board. Landing on one of the eight building spaces entitles players to question the character who resides there. Sleuths use one of the secret decoders (a mirror, a spyglass, or a location key) to divulge each characters secret clues, which are hidden on rotating wheels that fasten inside the game board. To spice things up along the way, there are vehicle spaces that offer shortcuts, open road spaces that require players to draw a Clue card and follow its directions, and movable scene spaces that allow players to block opponents paths. Players may make accusations at any time, provided they are resting on the scene space where the offender is hiding. A correct accusation wins the game, but an incorrect guess sends the player out of the game and leaves the crime up to the remaining detectives. --Cristina VaamondeSee all Product Description
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I really like the orginial clue so I decided to try this one out. I ended up really liking it. With a couple people playing its a really fun race to see who can figure it out... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alexis
Have never played this game before. Very good when playing with the grandkids.Published 11 months ago by Nancy L Smith
this variation on clue is really fun. i recommend it for any one who is a big game board buff like i amPublished 20 months ago by Jaime A. Solorzano
Basically you get a book with 50 mysteries to solve. Each has a little story to go with it which my kids enjoyed reading. There are numbers that are given for each mystery. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jerry Drescher
I played this game once at a friends and looked for it at stores, not selling there, looked on the web out of production, finally found one and I bought it. Love ItPublished on July 17, 2013 by Hope.FL
This is more challenging than the original Clue or Cluedo, but you can only play about one hundred times if you have a good memory, or unlimited times if you have a bad... Read morePublished on September 13, 2009 by Ronin
When I first got this game in the mail I was delighted since, it has entirely new mysteries to solve. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by Jesenia Magnia
Very interesting spoof of the original game. I found the first one boring after a few plays, but this one still interests my kids and I after 10+ plays. Read morePublished on November 3, 2006 by C. Rivers
Excellent product! I really appreciate the option to choose any of the 50 given mystery cases to solve. After playing all 50, you can just start all over again! Fun, fun, fun game! Read morePublished on May 31, 2006 by Melissa Lewis