In this post I want to talk about how I try to optimize my movements in the clue game arena. The arena is for me the actual board. I like this term since it sounds like gladiator fighting to kill someone!
- Conservatory --> Ballroom (3 square)
- Ballroom --> Billiard Room (5 square)
- Billiard Room --> Library (3 square)
- Library --> Hall (6 square)
- Hall --> Study (3 square)
- Conservatory and lounge (secret passage)
- Study and Kitchen (secret passage)
- Hall and Hall (only one square to walk since there's two door next to each other)
- Billiard Room and Library (only three square to walk)
- Hall and Study (only three square to walk)
- Lounge and Dining room (only three square to walk)
- Conservatory and Ballroom (only three square to walk)
Clue, how to do you play this board game
Clue memory refresher, remember those detective notes... this post is kind of an introduction to this old time classic board game.
Clue game arena part I
You know the game, you know the characters (Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard,...) but do you really know their stories?
Clue on the internet
Tired of waiting for someone to play with you? The solution is right here in this post, find out how you can play this with people around the world and also find out new ways of playing it.
After reading this, you will be the greatest player around the table to make an accusation the fastest. Of course, this post doesn't explain how to roll sixes all the time, but it do explain how to take the best detective notes with very simple tricks.
Clue versus (male suspects)
Find out the obvious reasons why Colonel Mustard would use a revolver to murder Mr. Boddy and why he would do that in the conservatory.
Clue versus (female suspects)
Why would Mrs. White use the knife in the Kitchen to terminate Mr. Boddy's life? The setup is obvious, but what were the real motives...