Clue Master Detective from Winning Moves is for ages 10 and up along with 3 to 10 players. First introduced in the 1980s, Clue Master Detective is the super-sized version of Clue. More suspects, more weapons and more possible murder locations all add up to more mayhem. Was it Madame Rose in the Carriage House with the candlestick? Monsieur Brunette in the Gazebo with the Wrench? Or was it good old Colonel Mustard “whodunit” in the library with his trusty service Revolver?
Just like the classic game of CLUE, the object is to solve the mystery of who killed Mr. Boddy, with what weapon and where. With additional suspects, weapons, and locations in the mix, you’ll need your sharpest detective skills to solve the ever-changing mystery. The game board depicts the late Mr. Boddy’s country manor with twelve possible murder locations. Secret passages and snoop spaces will help you zero in on the answers you need quickly, Miss Peach, Monsieur Brunette, Madam Rose, and Sergeant Gray join the devious bunch of suspects. A vial of poison and a horseshoe bring the number of weapons up to eight.
Turn by turn you sleuth, collecting evidence and pinpointing certain culprits, means, and locations. Then, when you think you’ve got it, make your accusation: whodunit? Where? With which weapon?
Each box contains 1 tri-fold oversized gameboard, 30 suspects, weapons, and murder location cards. 10 plastic tokens, 8 oversized brass toned metal weapons, detective notebook pad, case file envelope, 2 dice and rule booklet with clue history and strategy.
My Opinion: I have loved playing Clue since I was a kid and this edition is one I have never played. The mystery of trying to figure out who did it never gets old.
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