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The Suspects you Know, the Mansion you remember!
And which of the six weapons was used to commit this dastardly deed (the wrench, the rope, or maybe the trusty ol' lead pipe)? Collect the right clues, make the right deductions, to determine who, where, which weapon, and you will solve the mystery and win the game.
Mr. Anthony E. Pratt of Bournemouth, England, invented the classic “who dunnit” game CLUE in 1944. Mr. Pratt, described himself as “an introvert full of ruminations, speculations and imaginative nothings”.
Since 1949,The CLUE game has become one of America’s favorite classic board games.
CLUE is today sold in over 40 countries from Brazil to Sweden, New Zealand to Abu Dhabi. The suspects you know, in the mansion you remember, with the implements you love are all included! For generations, Mr. Boddy has met his end at the hand of one of six legendary suspects in the classic detective game, CLUE. Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, Miss Scarlett, and Colonel Mustard are all here in Boddy Mansion. One of them has done away with Mr. Boddy, but in which of the nine rooms? (Perhaps the Library, or Lounge, or Conservatory)?
Interesting games for friends gathering together. But it requires a lot thinking and is a relative quiet game.... not a perfect choice for party. Anyway, I love it!Published 8 hours ago by Chaiphil
Standard Clue game that my daughter and her friends love (ages 10-13) and were easily able to understand the rules and logic behind the game. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cassye and Steve Delphy
Love the clue board game that we decided to buy the classic edition as we already have the version from 1996. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Zariii
This is the one you need, the classic. The cards are the same as the original, as well as the rooms and items (none of this "make it look modern" crap). Read morePublished 12 days ago by Seth Spaulding
Fun Fun Fun. My daughter loves board games and it is one of her favorite now.Published 16 days ago by Lovechildren
Perhaps I should have read or examined the description/pictures more closely. Just because it says "classic," does not mean this is the version you remember from the 1980s... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Wondermom