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Clue: Master Detective (Commodore 64)

Clue: Master Detective Commodore 64 Title screen.

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Description

Licenced from Waddington Games Ltd. and Parker Brothers this game is a computer remake of the logic board cards game.

Mr. Boddy was murdered in his manor by one of his guests. You have to solve the mystery of murder: find killer, weapon and place of murder. Computer shuffles 30 cards, holds the murder cards and deals other cards to the players. Objective of game is to move around the manor, enter possible murder places, gather information of other player's cards, make suggestions and deduce the murder cards by a process of elimination. Number of moves is defined by thrown dice. When you are sure that you have deduced the correct solution to the murder, you must make an accusation to win the game.

3 levels of computer intelligence and difficulty for you. Multiplayer is up to 10 players sitting near one computer.

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Clue: Master Detective Commodore 64 Title screen.
Clue: Master Detective Commodore 64 An accusation.
Clue: Master Detective Commodore 64 Choose your player.
Clue: Master Detective Commodore 64 The house of murder.

Alternate Titles

  • "Leisure Genius Clue" -- Installation Title
  • "Computer Clue Master Detective" -- In-game Title
  • "Cluedo Master Detective" -- Manual Title

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) May, 1991 70 out of 100 70

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Hello X) (10990) added Clue: Master Detective (Commodore 64) on Aug 21, 2012
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