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Subject: It Was Colonel Mustard with The Lead Pipe in The Kitchen rss

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Al Walker
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There are few games in the world besides Chess that despite being invented in the 20th Century seem to have existed forever, Clue(Do) is one of them.

If you haven't played the game then you'll have no problem picking it up. You move about the board from room to room suggesting who Dr Black's killer was, what they used, and in what room. Simple

In many ways yes, but here's the catch, all your opponents have to do is disagree with you. They can offer an explanation why but if you're playing a group of super competitive people or just one person who is a bit of a [expletive deleted] then the game can get drawn out as you try to figure the Holy Trinity of Who, What, and Where. If playing with newbies or children the game can go a lot quicker as they often reveal a little too much when disagreeing with you.

Can't say much more about Cluedo, it's a game that Julius Caesar played on his days off. The game has been around so long that there is nothing new to address; with the exception of Dr. Orchid. Apparently in order to revamp the game Hasbro decided the best way was to add a new character. Just another female character for Colonel Mustard to lead pipe

6 Suspects out of 10 for being a cornerstone of board gaming
 
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