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“Clue (aka Cluedo) and a story about fantasy role playing games and the real-life effects of addiction to them.”
“Anonymous said ... ppls who reduce, reuse and recycle have a clue. colonel mustard, the candlestick and the library are all elements in the game Clue (or "Cluedo" if you're English) 2: 19 AM”
“I often liken this to the classic board game of "Cluedo"; one has to logically and methodically eliminate potential culprits until you're left with the guilty party!”
“It's as random as the game of Cluedo that the Suspect is playing as the performance begins, and deliberately silly.”
“Traditional board games such as Pictionary or Cluedo are great for waking up tired minds and getting the family talking, while charades is sure to get everyone on their feet.”
“I play the most satisfying words in Scrabble, not the highest-scoring or the most strategically advantageous and will take myself out with the lead piping if I am ever forced to play Cluedo again.”
“This time, references to Cluedo abound as the ill-matched pair accept an invitation to Muntham Court, home of Tressider's old friend the banker Sir Robert Muntham, who is duly found dead in his locked study after dinner.”
“I was talking with a colleague today and we both recalled how we used to be given perhaps one main present like Cluedo, an annual, a selection box, a couple of small things and be over the moon with it all.”
“Built like a Cluedo boardgame, I imagine that the murder mystery nights they host there are great fun.”
“Even that doesnt do it justice, because he said no doubt with the furrowed expression turned up to maximum, conveying the eager certainty of someone announcing the murderer in Cluedo when theyre 100 per cent certain.”
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