FMV adventure game based on the popular board game Cluedo (or Clue in the US). The game's cinematic scenarios will test your deductive skills. The CD-I version came out in 1994, followed by the version for MS Windows in 1996.




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Credited cast:
The Butler
David Healy ...
Mr. Victor Sebastian Boddy
Mr. Jonathan Green
Joan Sims ...
Nicola Van Dam ...


"The Hooded Madonna" Mr Boddy never believed in this painting's curse! Of course, now he is dead he may have more time to reconsider it. "Happy Ever After" Mr Boddy plans to get married. Someone however would rather see him six feet under! "Deadly Patent" Rubbies are said to be lucky... not for the late Mr Boddy it would seem! "Blackmail" The collapse of a brewery deal proves to be fatal! "The Road To Damascus" Mr. Boddy claimed to have "seen the light", but somebody helped him meet his reward sooner than expected! "Not In My Backyard" Mr Boddy decides to sell Arlington Hall to a strange freedom cult. A decision that proves to be fatal! Written by Chris Y.

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Digital Video on CD-I Providing Hours of Endless Fun! Family Game for 1-6 Players.





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1994 (UK)  »

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Clue  »

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["Deadly Patent"]
Professor Peter Plum: [holding a box of rubies] You know these rubies are identical to the ones I sent you with the formula. How could you say they aren't, they're exactly the same!
Mr. Victor Sebastian Boddy: Really, Plum, you are slow on the uptake! Your ideas didn't work in production. Your rubies were a fluke - a one-off, I had to chuck out most of what you did!
Professor Peter Plum: I gave you my formula and trust, Boddy. You said you could monitor people who were looking over to see who was viable. And - and now you've patented it as your own ...
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new life to the board game
21 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'll be honest. I love Cludeo as a game but the board game does get boring. Its just the same every time, you're guessing with playing cards.

The i see this little gem in the computer game shop (cant remember which). I looked it over expecting it to be the same board game with playing cards and i couldn't be more wrong. The characters are real people (including Joan Sims of the Carry On era). The house you can actually walk around. You can interview the suspects, look for clues. wow this has breathed new life in the Cludeo franchise. If you can find this on Ebay and don't have Windows XP. BUY IT!!!!!! The multiple solutions will give you hours if not weeks of fun. Just make sure you have a stock of pencils and a pad handy - You'll need it!!

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