Cluedo is a board game where participants must solve a fictitious crime using their ability to deduce.
A murder has been committed and the perpetrator, the weapon and the room where he passed must be found out. The players represent the different guests, and at the same time suspicious, who investigate the death of their host. Investigators move around the board, which represents the ground floor of the villa where the murder was committed, in search of clues that will allow them to formulate a hypothesis to know the murderer, the weapon of the crime and the place where it was committed. Each possibility is represented by a letter.
At the beginning of the game, three are taken (one from each category) and placed in a black envelope without anyone seeing them. This will be the combination of elements that have allowed the crime, the solution to the game. The rest is divided equally between the players. In turn, each person moves their token across the board representing the house and asks another player for a suspect, a weapon, and a place. If the respondent has one of the letters, show it only to the person who asked. Each player writes down on a piece of paper the result of their investigations and whoever solves the crime first wins.