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  • Hasbro's classic Clue murder-mystery game is getting a modern-day makeover
  • While the usual suspects remain the same, new rooms and new deadly weapons provide twists to the classic game
  • Navigate through the lavish rooms of the mansion and discover clues that will help you uncover the secrets
  • By rolling the die and moving through the mansion, players start rumors and discover clues, which will help them guess the solution to the puzzle
  • The winner is the first player who figures out who killed the host, the weapon used and in which room
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B0017RQYDC
  • Item model number: 40613
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,666 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
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Discover the secrets of this updated game that's packed with more suspense than ever before. Reveal, withhold and discover with the "New Clue" that is all about today.

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Clue

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I thought this was an awesome update to a classic game.
Dustin Maki
Scarlett's a little questionable too, i suppose. but either way, it seems like making it about race, takes away from the game.
Cara McGee
I enjoy this game as a child and now I like playing it with my family and friends.
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87 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Roman G on August 7, 2008
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As a Clue collector, I was delighted to see a new game coming to the market. Too bad it turned out the way it did. While the classic Clue editions each had their charms, this game merely feels like an annoying high school kid dying to be popular. The idea of making a modern edition of the classic game is admirable. But the people at Hasbro tried way too hard.

Making Mustard a football player? Mrs. White being a child star? The designer of this game spent too much time watching reality tv. With weapons like a dumbbell and an Oscar trophy, this edition is very obviously trying to cater to all those Hollywood stereotypes. Perhaps the strangest improvement is that each suspect now has a special power that can be used once during a game. In my opinion, it does not truly improve game play.

As for the pieces themselves... the weapons are very nicely made of solid metal. The pawns are simply plastic rectangles with a "?" displayed in the middle and a colored base. They look very cheap. But the cards are the most disappointing aspect of the whole game. While using real pictures for suspects isn't a bad idea, taking pictures that look like they came from a bad retail catalog does. Mrs. White's picture is especially bad. She looks like she has an itch on her nose.

Overall, the game is durable, but only because you won't want to play it much. I gave it some educational value because, like the original Clue, people do learn to think more strategically by using deducting skills. As for the story and game play... I would recommend sticking to the classic clue games.
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54 of 61 people found the following review helpful By A. Bailey on September 8, 2008
I remembered how much fun CLUE was when I was younger and decided to purchase it for my younger siblings (we often have game nights at my apartment with ages 8-40+). This game is recommended for ages 9+ and 3-6 players (although you could do more if you wanted to do teams).

If you are a die-hard CLUE fan you may not like the updates. The most annoying updates (I found) was changing the careers of the characters. I still refer to mustard as "Col. Mustard" and "Mrs. White" as the maid (who is now a childhood star?" Personally, it's a bored game and the characters can be whoever you want them to be so it's not that big of deal (this is where the die-hards may not like it.)

Game Play:
The idea is the same as the original clue. The name of one person, one weapon and one room is put into the yellow confidential pouch and put aside until the end of the game. The rest of the "rumor" cards (which list people, weapons, and rooms) are equally handed out to the players. (As a note if we have an unequal amount we have a roll off to see who gets the remaining card (or two) by seeing who can roll doubles first... this is a fair and easy way to get all the cards distributed.)

Once you receive your cards you mark off all the cards you have in your hand on the CLUE sheets secretly. You choose which character you want to be. (Choices: Scarlet, Mustard, White, Green, Peacock, and Plum). The character you choose gets a special character card and once per game you can use their "power" (example "get an extra roll of the dice" or "move to a room you're not in"...) this is okay, but I personally don't think it adds too much to the game.

Some of the weapons have changed and the mansion has been updated.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Enszer on September 3, 2008
This latest release of a Clue game can really be thought of as the original game with a minor expansion pack and a major cosmetic overhaul. Inherently, it is the same game as the classic, just "modernized."

For those who haven't played Clue or any variants before, the idea is that a Suspect, Weapon, and Room card have been randomly chosen and concealed from play, and the rest of these cards are distributed among the game's players. By process of elimination, mostly through making guesses and having other player's prove these guesses wrong, you aim to name the concealed cards before anyone else to win the game. This is still the main idea behind this version of the game. The rest of this review lists some details for those who are already more familiar with the classic version.

There are a number of minor changes that have little to no impact on the game. The backstories of the six suspects are different (Plum's no longer a Professor, Mustard's not a Colonel, White's not the maid) and the names of several of the rooms have changed. The layout of the mansion, while similar to before, is somewhat more balanced, so all rooms seem mostly equally accessible. Some of the classic weapons are gone, and there are now nine weapons total. "Making a suggestion" is now called "starting a rumor." Further, the number of cards dealt to each player is the same, with the remainder placed in the middle room of the board, where they can be viewed by anyone who enters there. Also, the first player is chosen by a die roll.

What I would consider the "expansion pack" to the classic game is the Intrigue deck and the one-time bonus ability associated with each character.
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