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Parker Brothers: CLUE 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition in Metal Tin

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  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B00000IWFG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,603 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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Call the police! (Again!) The unfortunate Mr. Boddy has been showing up dead in his mansion ever since Anthony Pratt invented the game of Clue in England in 1944. Here's another chance for intrepid country-house weekenders like you to do him in (or have fun trying to figure out who did). In this 50th Anniversary edition, the 19-inch, square green board represents nine rooms in the Boddy mansion. The suspects are 1.75-inch metal figurines of Colonel Mustard, Professor Plum, Mrs. Peacock, and the late Mr. Boddy's other so-called friends. Other game elements include a die, a Clue card pack, and a pad for keeping track of suspects, locations, and weapons. The weapons are 1.5-inch-long metal models of a dagger, a pipe wrench, etc. Read the story of a weekend gone tragically wrong, and then set up the board and seek the awful truth. Just be sure to watch your back--unless, of course, YOUdunit. --Richard Farr

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Now CUE is celebrating 50 years of mystery solving fun with this spectacular Golden Anniversary Edition. This deluxe edition includes: A collectible tin to house all the evidence; numbered gameboard of the Mansion, enhanced with gold-colored foil; a gold-tone Weapons Tin for the six classic, metal Weapons - plus a seventh "anniversary" weapon; the six famous Suspects, sculpted in metal. Their bases match their colorful personalities; six invitations to an evening at Boddy Mansion double as "detective notebooks."

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Board: Outlined in a gold color gives it a fancy look.
Buddhaful
This is definitely a game you can play with young adults and grandparents at the same time and have everybody enjoying themself.
Lisa Shea
The game helps children learn deductive skills, and exercises their brains.
Richard Fotoples

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136 of 138 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 13, 1999
"Clue" has always been my favorite board game. But I only had an old, beat-up version, until my most recent birthday, when I got this! "Clue" anniversary edition is really very nice. There is a new weapon, the poison, and the character tokens are metal and look like statues of the people. It's neat to see what Mrs. Peacock and prof. Plum look like! This version thought of everything, from a hard surface to write to to something to write with. It even comes with an expanded story about Mr. Body's murder. Probably the only problem is not enough detective papers for all the times you will play this! (Don't worry, it gives you a place to send away for more.) Be warned-- this is a fancy version, probably something you don't want 5-year-olds playing with.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 13, 1999
The game itself is a pleasure. A who-dunnit mystery were you compete for clues and try to solve a murder in the grand tradition of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Each player manuvers into rooms and attemps to eliminate suspects through questions. Was it Professor Plum in the Library with the Candelstick? A definite educational experience as you learn deductive reasoning and the proccess of elimination.
But you probably know how to play the game. It is a classic after all! This specific, upgraded edition adds sculpted metal figures to represent the players, new art work on the board and cards, and new versions of everyones favorite pieces, the murder weapons! It all comes in a durable metal container. This is my favorite part, as it takes much less room to store than the classic version, and will last much longer than a cardboard box. I really love this format!
The only possible drawback to this game is the small, loosable peices. They really add to the charm of the game, and I suggest accounting for them after every game.
This is one of the best upgrades of a classic game that I have seen. I bought it immediately.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Richard Fotoples on August 5, 2000
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The game is as fun as ever. The redseigned weapons and the new poison weapon add excitement to the game, as do the amazingly designed charcters, which are now miniture statues of the people instead of just the lame little color piece, but dont worry about knowing the difference between them, there respective colors are at the bottom of each figure. The tin case is much more durable than cardboard, my old box is in about 20 pieces. Everything looks more realistic, and since everything is redesigned it is a great new expierence for everyone. Since the small pieces are easy to lose, and hard to replace, you should always check to see if you have all the cards and pieces after each game and to put them in a little plastic bag after your done. The game helps children learn deductive skills, and exercises their brains. Wonderful game.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Zack Davisson HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 15, 2000
he game itself is a pleasure. A who-dunnit mystery were you compete for clues and try to solve a murder in the grand tradition of Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle. Each player manuvers into rooms and attemps to eliminate suspects through questions. Was it Professor Plum in the Library with the Candelstick? A definite educational experience as you learn deductive reasoning and the proccess of elimination.
But you probably know how to play the game. It is a classic after all! This specific, upgraded edition adds sculpted metal figures to represent the players, new art work on the board and cards, and new versions of everyones favorite pieces, the murder weapons! It all comes in a durable metal container. This is my favorite part, as it takes much less room to store than the classic version, and will last much longer than a cardboard box. I really love this format!
The only possible drawback to this game is the small, loosable peices. They really add to the charm of the game, and I suggest accounting for them after every game.
This is one of the best upgrades of a classic game that I have seen. I bought it immediately.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 1, 2000
And this game is great! I love the little figurines, and the story about Mr. Boddy (I always wondered who was murdered!). I have always loved the game- but the only time I could play it was when I went to my cousins house. Now I have this game and love it! I only have two problems with it: I don't like the re-desiging of the rooms- I think the mantion looks too modern- I like the old version better in that respect and in the re-desiging of the characters. I like some of the new people, but what happened to Asian Miss Scarlet? Over all though, I love it!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Justin on September 9, 2001
I loved the original one. When I saw the new 50th anniversary one, with better, more detailed weapons, real medal people, With detailed faces instead of the "pawn tokens" , a new colored board surrounded by gold on the rim, and nice beautifully detailed cards depicting every suspect, room, and weapon. The classic, whodunnit game, which everybody loves, now inside a nice, tough, tin protective case, that lasts much longer then the cardboard. If you don't know what clue is, I am going to be forced to mur.....I mean, commit you. just kidding. Anyway, there are even Invitations, that are sturdy and have plastic clips to hook you detective sheet on. The clips are in the gold tin.
The game is simple, yet hard to win. By process of elimination, you have to find out who did it, with what weapon, in what room. First, you divide the cards into 3 piles, by weapons, rooms, suspects. Shuffle them face down and then choose the top card of each pile and put it into the green case file, so nobody can see, not even the person shuffling, unless they aren't playing. You roll the die, (as you would do in any game with a die....dduuuhhh!), and move up the game board. When you enter a room you can make a suggestion. You move everything you say in the suggestion, into the room. You MUST be in the room you are making a suggestion about. Lets say, you suggest, "I think mr. green used the lead pipe in the ballroom" you move the lead pipe and Mr. Green into the ballroom. The person to your left looks at his/her cards to see if she has one of them. If he/she has one, he/she has to show it to you, so you know that that card is not in the crime. If he/she has more then one, he/she chooses one to show you. After you are shown the card, mark it on your detective sheet to keep track of what you know.
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