CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy is a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- Who committed the murder in the mansion?
- Eliminate the suspects and discover whodunit, with what and where
- Correctly guess the murderer to win
- Introducing a new character, Dr. Orchid as one of the suspects
- Includes 1 gameboard, 6 tokens, 6 miniature weapons, 30 Cards (6 character cards, 6 weapon cards, 9 room cards, and 9 clue cards, 1 case file envelope, 1 pad of detective notebook sheets, 2 dice, and game guide.
- For 2 to 6 players.
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Being on a budget, I certainly don't mind the relatively cheap price of the game, but it's obvious that Hasbro has had to cut corners in almost every way to make this price point possible. The first thing you'll notice is that the game comes in a smaller square box than the long rectangles that most board games always came in. The board inside is folded into four, and it's made of a very cheap-feeling cardboard that feels like it may rip at the seems if I'm not careful about folding and unfolding it. The print on the board looks very crisp and sharp however--this is where I'll give Hasbro credit. The rooms are incredibly detailed (way more so than in the classic version of the game), and the shadowy, kind of creepy artwork sets a really cool atmosphere . The character tokens are the "Sorry!"-style tokens you remember, but they're slightly smaller and made out of cheap plastic. However, unlike other recent versions of the game, the weapon tokens are near-identical to the classic versions--a definite plus. The cards are pretty standard--the cardstock isn't the sturdiest but it's not the worst you can do.Read more ›
For this you will need a marker or a pen--I recommend a black marker.
1. First you will need to draw a line splitting all of the large blocks on the game board to create more spaces. This will lengthen the time it takes to get from room to room, but still won't make up for all the lost space and simpler layout.
2. Dice variation: in order to make up for the lost spaces and original layout we found this method of dice rolling to be easy and very fun.
Normally, only one person will roll the dice at a time. In this version, the Active Player will roll his/her dice against their opponent (if you have more than two players, the challenger will be the person to the Active Player's left).
Active Player will take his or her/roll (example, she rolls a 4)
The Challenger will then roll (example, she rolls a 3)
The active player must then subtract that number from their roll (example 4-3=1 space)
If both players roll the same number, the active player loses their turn.
If the Challenger rolls a number greater than the Active Player, the Active player takes their whole roll.
Example: Active rolls a 5 and the Challenger rolls a 6, the active player moves 5 spaces.
We've found this to be a lot of fun, as you lose turns and with so few spaces, it makes it impossible to move 6 spaces.
A second Option: Super Clue
For this you will need two game boards and you will use all of the cards.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had never played Clue before and I LOVE IT! It is full of strategy and has so many different angles.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
This definitely isn't the original game. The redesigned board is poorly thought out and makes for a bad user experience. The original board had a much more thought out design.Published 13 days ago by Brendan
I think the board is nice and sturdy. I actually really like that it has double sided board. It is nice to change up the game once in awhile. The game tokens are good quality too.Published 24 days ago by freakishkittie
This is great...I mean besides the murder, it is just awful, buuuuuut if you spend countless hours reading true crime novels and watching forensics files then this is right up your... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stryker41
Great game and the smaller box saves space and cardboard. The second board on the back is something more games need to do. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erik Burton