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Clue/Cluedo: The Classic Mystery Game Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Another classic board game from Hasbro is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Clue/Cluedo: The Classic Mystery Game was already released on mobile devices, as well as Steam, and it will soon be available on Nintendo’s latest console. An announcement trailer was released with the news, so we’ve included it for you down below. Feel free to check it out.

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7 comments

  1. Someone should try and do a Clue game similar to Dead by Daylight and Friday the 13th The Game where one of you is assigned as the killer and the others have to figure out who’s the killer before the player assigned as the killer kills everyone else. If the developer is talented enough, I think it can be done.

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  2. So wait, does the game itself keep track of all the guesses people make (Scarlet in the Ballroom with the Candlestick, for example) or do we have to use pen and paper like the board game? And how does the game explain wrong guesses since it doesn’t come down to players showing cards to disprove a guess?

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    1. I don’t think the game actually keeps track of the guesses made, but you actually have a check sheet provided for you to tap ‘X’ or check marks into the blank spaces. Not necessary to actually pull out real pen and paper. As for your last question, the computer players actually do show you their cards if they have one of the ones you are suggesting. Your check sheet will automatically fill in the appropriate spaces when someone shows you a card. Hope this answers your questions!

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