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iPhoneApp Spy (May 15, 2009)
This game isn’t the original board game, but if you are a fan of Clue or a good puzzle game, then you’ll have fun with this new version.
iPhoneSlide to Play (Jun 05, 2009)
Besides being more difficult than the original, which might turn off a few people, this new version improves on the original in every way. It takes a timeless game concept and makes it fresh without sacrificing any of the fun.
iPhoneAppCraver (Jun 19, 2009)
An update of the classic Hasbro board game, Electronic Arts‘ Clue is a killer modernization of the old-fashioned who-dunnit. The pace is fast, the women are faster, the men and the weapons are cool.
J2MEPocket Gamer UK (Jan 20, 2009)
Classy and fun in even measure, Cluedo recreates the cerebral experience of the boardgame without cutting it down too much, or making it too frustrating.
80 (Jan 08, 2010)
Pour l'instant le seul du genre, Cluedo sur iPhone/iPod Touch surprendra, décevra ou envoûtera. Tout dépendra des goûts de chacun car la façon de jouer peut en ennuyer certains et éveiller l'esprit des enquêteurs en herbe en quelques minutes ! Qu'on se le dise, il ne faut pas s'attendre à un jeu de plateau mais à un très bon jeu de réflexion en point&click. Pour 2€, ont aurait tord de se priver et de passer à côté de plusieurs heures d'intense charcutage de neurones !
iPhoneAppSafari (Apr 09, 2010)
The art and sound look great, and the interface is smooth and intuitive. On a purely superficial level, the game looks and performs beautifully, which is why it is so utterly mind-boggling that Hasbro and EA could have made such a massive blunder in terms of gameplay. The CLUE app delivers a seriously second-rate mystery game while also duping classic CLUE fans who expected the board game.