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Brain Challenges   >   Clue

Clue


Clue (known outside North America as Cluedo) is a board game for 3 or more players, in which they the players try to solve a murder mystery through a process of logical deduction.

At the beginning of the game, three cards are drawn at random (one Suspect card, one Weapon card, and one Room card), and placed inside an envelope without any of the players seeing them. These three cards specify the location, weapon and criminal in a fictional murder (example; Professor Plum, with the Candlestick in the Library). The other cards are then dealt out between players.

During the game, the players take turns moving their pieces around the mansion where the murder took place (movement speed is determined by rolling dice). In their turns, the players may also make suggestions about the murder, and the other player's must disprove the suggestion if they can (by showing a card disproving it to the suggesting player, but not to other players).

When one player believes he has deduced all three details of the murder, he may make an accusation. He then examines the cards in the envelope to see if his accusation is correct. If the accusation is correct, the player wins. If the accusation is incorrect, the player is eliminated, but places the cards back in the envelope without revealing them to the remaining players.

One amusing aspect of the game, is that it is possible for one's own character to be the murderer, and even win the game by deducing one's own guilt.

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