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Clue (SEGA GENESIS) Board game 1992

Clue: Parker Brothers' Classic Detective Game is a video game that was released only in North America for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis video game systems. It's based on the well-known board game of the same name.


Any controller can be used by up to six individuals. The goal, like in the board game, is to figure out who murdered Mr. Boddy, where the crime occurred, and what weapon was used.

Each participant receives a hand of cards. Each card gets rid of a suspect, weapon, or room. During each turn, each player may see their own cards. A die is rolled, and the six suspects (Miss Scarlet, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Prof. Plum) travel around the board. The player must make a recommendation after entering one of the nine rooms on the board, selecting a suspect and a weapon (the room the player is in is automatically determined). The suspect is brought to that room, and a vignette depicting who or what was in that room, or who had the weapon, is presented. As a consequence, a hint such as "Miss Scarlet was in the Lounge" or "No one had the wrench" would be offered. On the hardest difficulty, the clues are narrower, similar to the board game, with simply the presence or absence of the chosen suspect or weapon shown.

On their turn, a player can conduct an interrogation, selecting a suspect, a weapon, and a room. A lengthier vignette is given, playing out the situation as selected by the player; for example, if Miss Scarlet is in the lounge with the lead pipe, the vignette reads: "The lounge was warm. It was comfortable enough for a snooze... A lengthy snooze. Miss Scarlet chuckled as she straightened her hair. She took up the pipe." At this point, one of the other players, if they hold a card that eliminates any of those circumstances, displays on screen proof that the scenario could not have occurred. If none of the other players have such a card, the questioning player is not proven incorrect. Interrogations are limited to two each game. On their turn, a player can make an allegation, which functions similarly to an interrogation, unless the player is incorrect and is ousted from the game. If they are right, in addition to the vignette, the actual culprit is seen killing Mr. Boddy and being apprehended. The accusing player is victorious.

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