Clue is the original board game of mystery and intrigue as you try to solve a crime. Everyone is a suspect and every turn is an opportunity to uncover another clue. With these special editions of Clue you can solve a mystery in almost any fictional universe. The Game of Thrones edition comes with a double-sided board that allows for great replay value. In the Big Bang Theory version of Clue you help Sheldon uncover which of the other characters is messing with his stuff. The Star Wars collector's edition has you run around the Death Star looking for secret plans and ultimately a way to escape. There are now quite a few ways to play the classic game of Clue.
The Harry Potter edition has you looking for a student that has mysteriously disappeared from Hogwarts. This differs from the original because the players are not actually the suspects but you still have to accurately guess the culprit. In The Legend of Zelda collector's edition, the players must determine which of their characters has the ability to defeat Ganondorf and what magical item they must use to do it. The game board and rules change with each unique edition of Clue. You will most likely find that the rooms are from key scenes or sets from your favorite TV show or video game.
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Suspects: Prof. Plum, Miss Scarlett, Col. Mustard, Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green, Dr. Orchid
Items: Candlestick, Knife, Rope, Revolver, Wrench, Pipe
Locations: Ballroom, Billiard Room, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge, Study
Description: Find the suspect who committed the crime, where it happened, and what item was used!
Suspects: Peter Pettigrew, Draco Malfoy, Lucius Malfoy, Crabbe & Goyle, Bellatrix Lestrange, Dolores Umbridge
Items: Mandrake, Portkey, Vanishing Cabinet, Sleeping Draught, Impedimenta, Petrificus Totalus
Locations: Key locations in Hogwarts.
Description: Help Dumbledore find the student that has mysteriously vanished from Hogwarts, where they disappeared from and what magical item was used to commit the crime!
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Suspects: Dorothy, Sophia, Rose, Blanche, Stan, and Miles
Items: Lipstick, Whipped Cream, Rattan Chair, Sophia’s Purse, Bathrobe, Feathered Slipper
Locations: Key locations in Blanche's house.
Description: Find out who at the last piece of cheesecake, where they ate it and what piece of evidence did they leave behind!
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Guests: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Pluto
Ghosts: the Bride, the Skeleton, the Prisoner, the Traveler, the Opera Singer, the Mariner
Locations: Graveyard, Ballroom, Conservatory, Seance Room, Mausoleum, Library, Portrait Chamber, Foyer, Attic
Description: The mystery changes every time the game is played, find the correct combination of guest, ghost and room to win!
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