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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
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One murder…6 suspects. In this suspenseful Clue game, players have to find out who's responsible for murdering Mr. Boddy of Tudor Mansion in his own home. Get the scoop on the mansion's rooms, weapons and guests and start detecting! Was it Plum with the wrench in the library? Or Green with the candlestick in the study? Eliminate information throughout the game in this classic whodunit. The player who correctly accuses Who, What, and Where wins!
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|Item Dimensions||10.51 x 1.61 x 10.51 in||10 x 19.9 x 1.8 in||10.51 x 2.13 x 10.51 in||7.87 x 1.58 x 10.51 in||10.51 x 1.89 x 10.51 in||15.75 x 2 x 10.5 in|
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Boards are petty much the same, the rooms are the same, they have the same secret passages, only main difference is the new version is much brighter.
Another difference you'll note is Mrs. White is no more, if I have to guess I might suggest her name was the reason for that...they now have Ochid.
The rooms and weapons are the same. The character pieces are nooo fun. The pieces from the old game actually look like people, we use to fight over them as kids based on who they are, now I feel like they would just request their favorite color. Super lame. The character pieces is apparently a pretty big deal to me because for some reason this really upsets me that they are now just basic pawns.
Obviously the cards are updated. More modern. They no longer have a yellow confidential envelope but instead a place one with a simple question mark on it.
Game play has changed some as there are now "magnifying glass" option on the dice. If you roll them you get to pull a hint card. I hate change so I'm not a fan of it but I guess to stay relevant they do want to make some changes.
All in all, clue is still a great game, this is a fully functional game, none of the pieces were missing, it was delivered on time, undamaged and unopened, price was fabulous, definitely a good game to play for older children or nerds on game night but I do prefer the old one to the new everyone should own the game clue or play it in their life.
This is quite enjoyable as a two player game but I think it would be more fun to max out the player count if you can. There is some strategy here in what you reveal to other players or what you don't reveal. Careful note taking during the game is key. I would like to see character miniatures instead of plain old pawns, but for $8 it's a steal. I almost purchased the Star Wars version but seeing the play through on Dice Tower and reading how horribly broken that game is on Board Game Geek (although there is an interesting variant) I went with this version instead.
ORIGINAL review: I love this game and was waiting for the parcel with gr8 anticipation but upon opening up the box found no dice and no pawns!!We played the game with substitutes the traditional way but I really want the missing pieces!!!We cant play the hint cards at all!!I can't even retn the game since we opened the cards and the weapon pieces.