In Family Guy™ Clue, a dinner party goes awry when somebody kills Ernie the Giant Chicken. Players must take on the roles of the Griffin family members and figure out who's guilty of "fowl" play. By moving around the board, collecting cards, and spreading rumors, you put yourself one step closer to the killer. But be careful--Joe the policeman is ready to make the arrest. Filled with mystery and hilarity, this game is a must-have for Family Guy
and Clue fans ages nine and up.
Find Out Who's Guilty of "Fowl" Play
At a Glance:
Age: 9 years and up
Requirements: Ready to play
Six suspects, nine weapons, nine rooms, and one big, dead chicken. Family Guy Clue presents players with the task of solving the murder of Ernie the Giant Chicken, Peter Griffin's "former" nemesis.
This version provides the same basic rules as the original game, but with all the fun and frolics of Family Guy. From the game pieces to the note pad, Family Guy Clue is designed especially for fans of this hilarious show.
Players will recognize the layout of the Griffin household and chuckle as they see "Look into volcano insurance" jotted on their Clue Sheets. This colorful game is a delightful mix of silly intrigue and the random humor that characterizes Family Guy.
New Family Guy Features Enhance the Game's Intrigue
A new feature in this version provides players with Personality cards to match their Family Guy characters. Each person receives a different "power"--such as seeing another player's card or moving to a different room--that may be used once per game.
But be careful when you see a card with Joe, Quahog's favorite police officer--if you draw the last Joe card, you'll be locked up for the rest of the game!
A Funny, Fun Detective Game for Family Guy Fans
The entire game, from the board to the pieces, will give fans of the popular television series something to laugh about at every turn.
The collectable pewter weapons represent iconic items from Family Guy--including Brian's leash, poisoned clam chowder, baby bottle nunchucks, and more.
What's in the Box
Game board, six game pieces, six Personality cards, 24 Rumor cards, 24 Intrigue cards, Clue pad, Scandal envelope, nine weapons, two dice, and rules booklet.
One stormy night in Quahog, Rhode Island, the Griffen family hosts a dinner party to make amends with invited guest, Ernie, the Giant Chicken. The dinner party gets out of hand and the feud between Peter and the chicken ends in 'foul' play... WHO killed the chicken? WHAT Family guy weapon was used? WHERE in the Griffens' house did it occur? Was it Brian, the sharp-witted mut with his leash; Stewie, the megalomaniacal 1-year old with his baby bottle nunchucks or Peter, the brash, obnoxious and boisterous patriarch with the pirate sword? They all look guilty, but which suspect actually killed the giant chicken?