There has been a murder at Tudor Hall--Dr Black has been found dead and police are treating the death as suspicious. Welcome to the classic whodunit Cluedo. Repackaged for a new generation, it's every bit as exciting and popular as when it was first developed.
Who committed the murder? Was it Colonel Mustard, Professor Plum or the Reverend Green? Could it have been Mrs Peacock, Mrs White or Miss Scarlett? Where did the murder take place? Was it in the dining room, the lounge, the hall, the study, the kitchen, the library, the billiard room, the conservatory or the ballroom? Which implement was used? Was it a dagger, a spanner, lead piping, a candlestick, a revolver or rope?
It is all very intriguing.
The object of the game is to be the first to detect the murder--who, where and with what? Ask the questions, solve the clues and by a process of elimination work out "whodunnit?"
This excellent game has been enjoyed for years and its popularity continues to grow. The manufacturer recommends that it is suitable for three to six players from age eight up. It is particularly appropriate for groups of mixed ages, older players being able to play with younger generations on a more or less equal footing.