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Cluedo (or Clue) is a deduction game for 3 to 6 detectives who race to solve a murder. (45-minute playtime)

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Got any game recommendations? [on hold]

I'm a new but quickly growing game player. I played the classics growing up (Clue and Life were my favorites), started up again with Apples to Apples and Cards Against Humanity a few years back, and ...
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When to make suggestions that include cards in my own hand in clue?

One strategy I've heard of in clue is to name a card or two in your own hand when making a suggestion. I presume this is primarily so you can gain information about the other two factors that need to ...
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How many squares is this rectangle on the Clue board?

See the photo for context. My boys had a dispute about moving through this rectangle, whether it counts as one square or whether it should be thought of as containing smaller squares. Do the rules ...
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Questions about the game-play of Cluedo

While playing the game, "Cluedo: Discover the Secrets," we always seem to have an argument about what we can do and what we can't. So, I've came here to put the questions to rest and hopefully have ...
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What's the optimal setup for Great Museum Caper?

Has the math been done on an optimal setup of security cameras and painting locations in Great Museum Caper...?
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When should I make an accusation in Clue?

In Clue, I can usually use careful observation of my own and others' suggestions to gradually eliminate possibilities. But when should I make the final accusation? Should I wait until I am 100% sure I ...
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Would a turn order opposite the disprove order affect the strategy or gameplay in Clue?

The official Clue rules call for a clockwise turn order, and a clockwise order of disproving suggestions. Would changing the order of the turn, or the order of disproving a suggestion so one is the ...
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What is the difference between the board game “Clue” and the card game “Clue”?

Obviously with the card game, there's not a board or tokens, but is the card game version just as engaging as the board game version? It would be ideal to travel with just the cards, but I'm not sure ...