Cluedo? - 1960's


Cluedo is a popular murder mystery board game invented in 1943 by Anthony Earnest Pratt. It is believed that his wife helped him to design the playing board. The game was first manufactured by Waddingtons in 1949. Since then, Cluedo has been relaunched and updated several times. In addition to this there have been a number of themed or special edition versions of the game. This set originates from the early 1960's so it is probably quite similar to the original.

The game consists of six characters, six weapons, and nine rooms on a playing board. The aim of the game is to deduce the character, location, and weapon with which the murder was carried out.

Good, complete condition. Grade 2 under the Hoyles grading system.