Throwback Thursday: Clue

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!
I decided to talk about something a little different today. Something that’s a classic and will never get old.
TBT Clue | Throwback | Board Games |
The board game Clue originally came out in 1949 and there are have been various versions to come out ever since. This is a classic board game that myself and my family and friends have played over and over again. Currently, it’s a game my cousins and I love to play together. It’s a go-to game to bring on vacation with us whenever we go away.
A couple summers ago it was a game we played pretty much every day and multiple times during the day as well. You know, because it was summer so therefore we were inside all day.
They also have a DVD version of the game as well. It adds a little more to the board game. There are more characters and more rooms. It’s also a robbery rather than a murder, so you need to figure out who, where, what, and also when. It’s a lot to figure out and the inspector can give hints or force all the players to share one piece of evidence from their hand.
Clue is a classic and it’s one that I’ll always love to play with friends and family, old and new. It’s one of my favorite board games and no two play-throughs are ever alike.
There is a Clue video game that I’ve never played before and will definitely look into getting in the future.

Do you love Clue? Do you play it often? Have you played the video game version? Let me know in the comments below!

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. I found Clue more complicated. I never really understood how to play. I remember there being a video game, but never picked it up.

    • My dad can’t play Clue either. He finds it too confusing. Though, once you get the hang of it, it’s a lot of fun. It’s just all process of elimination.

  2. I’m not the biggest fan of Clue but we do play it occassionally and have a couple different versions of it (including a Dr. Who version and a Star Wars version).

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