For more than 50 years, this mystery's kept everyone guessing! Poor Mr. Boddy's been murdered in his own stately home!
Who could have done it? And how? And where? Was it Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory with the Revolver? Or did Miss Scarlet commit the crime in the Library with the Candlestick?
With six suspects, six possible murder weapons and nine rooms in the mansion, there are hundreds of possibilities, and plenty of clues to investigate!
For 3 to 6 players.
Winner of the CLASSIC Award by Parent's Choice Awards.
Stef Laboon (3 out of 5)
I recently acquired a copy of this new and updated version of Clue and I was quite impressed. The same old classic game is still there with a shiny new production value. The board graphics are more colurful and sharper than ever before, and most importantly, the unimaginative pawns have been replaced by durable, attractive miniatures.
If you already own a Clue set, it's not worth investing anew, although if your old set, like mine, has reached a level of disrepair or uncompleteness, this is a relatively inexpensive investment.
Deduction games are quite a rarity, and this one is a great tool for developing logic and deduction skills amongst youth. As an adult game, it flags slightly
...Read the rest of this review - 1/28/2004
Robert Wesley (5 out of 5)
With NEW versions of this CLASSIC game being made available now-a-days, it's NO wonder that folks are getting together for some good old fashioned Detective gameplay. Keeping one's wits about them as they pursue any CLUE which will aid them in deducing the culprit AND method responsible for the current Victim is what THIS game is all about. Using YOUR reasoning skills is put to the TEST amongst your so-called "peers" in the race to discover just HOW did this happen? Can YOU put all the facts together? and out-wit, out-smart, or just plain out-guess the others in proving WHOM among you is the equal of such sleuths as Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, or even the bumbling Columbo? The only way
...Read the rest of this review - 1/26/2004