Players: 2-6 Playing time: 45 minutes
This crime fiction game was devised by Anthony E. Platt, a solicitor's clerk and part-time clown. Now over 60 years old, it remains as popular as ever.
Whether you're a purist and prefer the original or the jazzed up modern 'Discover the Secrets' (sometimes refered to as 'Reinvention'), 'Simpsons' or 'Harry Potter' versions, one thing is for sure, you're in for a fun-filled evening!
Can you solve the murder mystery and find out whodunit?
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