I’m sure one of the holiday gifts received by many households this season included the game of Clue.
This popular murder mystery board game was developed in 1944 by Anthony E. Pratt, an English solicitor’s clerk. He called the game Murder and sold the idea to Waddingtons an English company who changed the name to Cluedo and introduced it in 1949.
Waddingtons also licensed the game to Parker Brothers who Americanized it including changing the name to Clue.
After more than sixty years, the game continues to be published by Hasbro. If you haven’t played Clue lately, dust off your copy, or invest in a new purchase (now available in several formats) and treat yourself to this great game.
In the attached word search see if you can find the characters, rooms and weapons from the game.