One thing that has definitely increased in households across Canada is family time. And, while family time is great, it’s helpful to have some new ideas, new distractions, and new things to learn so that you’re not doing the same things all the time, and driving eachother even more crazy with all that wholesome family time! This spring and summer our family played a lot of cards but also got into a few board games as well to switch it up. If you’re looking for something new to add to your board game shelf or closet, check out this new twist on Hasbro’s classic Clue board game.
Sometimes you have to lie to get to the truth in the Clue Liars Edition board game in which players use Investigation cards (there are 6 Lie cards and 6 Truth cards) to help them figure out who killed Mr. Boddy in the mansion. Players pick a card and read it out loud, trying to play it cool and convince other players that they’re telling the truth …even if they’re not. If a player suspects they’re lying they can call that player out by hitting the Liar Button. Were they caught lying or were they telling the truth? Either way, an Evidence card is revealed and players move one step closer to cracking the case. When a player is ready to make an accusation, they secretly look at the cards placed inside the case file envelope to reveal Who, What, and Where. A correct accusation wins the game!
LIE YOUR WAY TO THE TRUTH: Sometimes honesty is not the best policy…at least in this edition of the Clue game. Players sharpen their skills of deception with Investigation cards
THE LIAR BUTTON: Pick an Investigation card and read the action out loud. Whether it’s a Truth card or a Lie card…try to be convincing. If another player thinks you’re lying they can hit the Liar Button
WHO, WHAT, WHERE: In this twist on the classic mystery board game, players try to solve the murder of Mr. Boddy. Discover whodunit, with what weapon, and in which room
FUN FAMILY GAME: Remember playing the classic Clue game when you were a kid? Take out the Clue Liars Edition game for family game night, play dates, and rainy day entertainment. For ages 8 and up.
The game is best for ages 8+ and 2-6 players. It comes with a demo battery, but for Christmas morning make sure you have 2x 1.5V AAA alkaline batteries on hand. Look for Clue Liar’s Edition this holiday season at Amazon.ca ($34.62), Walmart.ca ($24.93), Indigo.ca ($29.99) and ToysRUs.ca ($29.99).
Hasbro Clue Liar’s Edition is perfect for holiday fun (and perfect for 2020 if we’re being honest!) To enter to win your own, just fill in your name and email address in the form below and click BEGIN! Then just leave a comment on this post sharing who you’d like to gift this to if you won – good luck everyone!