Rating: 4.3 Passable
Popularity:0
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:1995
Players: 2-2 players
Playing time: 10 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: A. Robert Moog

Published by: University Games

Description:

We've created 144 fiendish puzzlers drawn from a wide range of subjects: history, crime, sports, famous people, entertainment, science, even everyday life.

Some are well-known events that are cleverly disguised, others are hilarious twists on fact or fiction - but they all include a mystery worth solving.

The game has more than 1400 clues to help you along, but the fewer clues you use, the faster you win.

Object: Solve the mystery first.

  • Read the case (it's identical for both teams).
  • Pose the mystery (it has two parts - you'll get clues that gradually reveal your half, the other team gets clues for its half on the back of the card).
  • Reveal one clue, then ask a question (be careful, don't let your questions reveal what you know).
  • Continue to reveal clues and ask questions until one team dares to solve the mystery.
  • If your team solves the mystery you score a point, but if you're wrong, the other team scores.
Prices:
Retail Price:$13
Ebay:$13


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