Rules for Cluedo Board Game by Waddingtons dating 1960s UK PDF Download to print. Replacement Rules in PDF format available for you to view and print online.
An extended version of Cluedo, employing a more complicated system. There are now 9 suspects and 9 weapons, plus the house gardens in which are placed four garden ornaments. Cards are number and color coded uniquely, murder cards are kept in special holders, and not all remaining clue cards are dealt to the players. Clues are collected by obtaining special counters, and referencing the number.
BASIC RULES OF CHESS Introduction Chess is a game of strategy believed to have been invented more then 1500 years ago in India. It is a game for two play-ers, one with the light pieces and one with the dark pieces. The chessboard is eight squares long by eight squares wide. When sitting across the board from another player, the lighter color square goes on each player’s right hand side.
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The official rules for the Clue board game If you've lost your original rule set, you've come to the right place.
The Clue game gets an update with a card-revealing mirror that holds the answers to the mystery. In this suspenseful game, players have to find out who's responsible for murdering Mr. Boddy of Tudor Mansion in his own home. Get the scoop on the mansion's rooms, weapons, and guests and start detecting! Was it Plum with the wrench in the library? Or Green with the candlestick in the study.
New rules for old games! The Board Game Remix Kit is a collection of tips, tweaks, reimaginings and completely new games that you can play with the board and pieces from games you might already own: Monopoly, Cluedo, Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit. The 26 rule tweaks and new games include: Full Houses: poker, but played with Monopoly properties.
Cluedo DVD Game (2005) (35) This edition of the game has different rules based on DVD interaction. Instead of a murder, Dr. Black has had an item stolen and, in addition to guessing the criminal, location (room) and stolen object, the time of day when the crime took place also has to be discovered. In each turn players guess three of these four unknowns; and from time to time Inspector Brown.