Alfred Hitchcock Edition Clue
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|Players||3 to 6|
|Age range||8 and up|
|Setup time||5 minutes|
|Playing time||45 minutes|
|Skill(s) required||Dice rolling, Deduction|
- A game board, representing the location of the murder
- Six colored game pieces, representing the suspects
- Weapon pieces, representing possible weapons used
- Cards, containing depictions of game elements (weapons, suspects or rooms)
- A parchment envelope labeled, "Case File: Confidential", to hold the solution in each game.
- Miss Scarlett as Melanie Daniels from The Birds (a red piece)
- Colonel Mustard as Barry Kane from Saboteur (a yellow piece)
- Mrs. White as Jo McKenna from The Man Who Knew Too Much (a white piece)
- Mr. Green as Mother from Psycho (a green piece)
- Mrs. Peacock as Marnie Edgar from Marnie (a blue piece)
- Professor Plum as Michael Armstrong from Torn Curtain (a purple piece)
- The Necktie from Frenzy
- The Bomb from Saboteur
- The Knife from Psycho
- The Oven from Torn Curtain
- The Poker from Marnie
- The Seagull from The Birds
There are nine sets in the studio where the murder can take place, laid out on the board as follows:
|†||Hitchcock's Screening Room||‡|
|Statue of Liberty Torch
(The Man Who
Knew Too Much)
† ‡ denotes secret passages to opposite corner