Hi everyone, Katie here.
Welcome back to Gamer Week! !e're celebrating Glogirly's favorite games from her yout and today's game is *Clue.* Who doesn't love a good murder mystery? Unless of course you're Miss Scarlet and you did it in the library with the candlestick. Oh, my....did I really say that?
So I hear another mouse has turned up dead. I don't have Clue. Do you?
I'd say it was Mrs. Peacock!!!ReplyDelete
She has that suspicious look in her face. Of course Miss Scarlet looks too innocent to have had anything to do with it!
I love Clue! I think Mrs. White did it in the kitchen with the knife and then served up the mouse for dinner.ReplyDelete
Colonel Mustard in the library with the candlestick! HaHaMeow!ReplyDelete
I think this should REALLY be a game!ReplyDelete
Professor Plum is totally innocent!!! He was giving a lecture at the time. Miss Scarlet is definitely a suspect!! She's a flighty flibbertigibbet. And I am sure there is something going on between Mrs Peacock and Mr Green that involves a chunk of lead piping??ReplyDelete
Love this :) BTW we call it Cluedo in UK!
Ohhhhh...we think it's Mr Green. He's probably hiding the weapon in that pocket of his!ReplyDelete
Oh, it was totally Mrs. White. Who knows what that apron is hiding?ReplyDelete
(I was so tickled by this. I played Clue on that set - minus cats, sadly - while my peers had a much newer edition of the game. I haven't seen it in years, but it brought back some memories!)
I guess that all I can do is confess , that I hanged that poor mousie with the pink ribbon in the lounge or maybe I didn´t ;-)ReplyDelete
Colonel Mustard says he knows...but he's not talking...ReplyDelete
We actually think it was a team effort. Nobody and yet everybody is guilty.ReplyDelete
Ohhhh....love clue....and if you're wondering who killed and ate the cheese in the kitchen...it was me.ReplyDelete
I think Mrs. White needs a mouthpiece and I know some good ones. Professor Plum looks guilty as sin and, no, I know what you're thinking but that bloodstain on Mrs. White uni is from the Roast Beef Au Jis she prepared earlier in the day.ReplyDelete
I agree with Sparkle but no clue about the killer except for the one at our house Mr. OdinReplyDelete
Mr Green is Kjelle Bus and he is an indoor cat who only goes out on a harness, so it can't be him. Other than that, we don't know!ReplyDelete
I think all the cats did it! Just kidding!ReplyDelete
Kinda looking like Ms ScarletReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Oh this was my favorite game! That Colonel Mustard is ALWAYS suspicious if you ask meReplyDelete
Professor Plum in the conservatory with his claws...ReplyDelete
Cludo! I haven't played that in years!ReplyDelete
How come there's no FANGS in the weapon kit?ReplyDelete
SO much more fun - and apropos - than the Parker Bros. version. SRSLY.ReplyDelete
Especially if we add "poisoned nip, fangs and claws" into the murder weapon CATegory!
The Butler did it!!!!! Oh wait there doesn't appear to be a Butler in this game. Who stole the Butler card and more to the point who is the Butler? Because as everyone knows it was the Butler who killed the Mouse.ReplyDelete
Sometime clueless is not bad either!ReplyDelete
It was the irritated cat, in the living room, with her claws, when the dang furless ape wouldn't get up and refill her food bowl. Several weapons were used but there's not enough left of the remains to identify what they were..ReplyDelete
I think they each took a turn killing the mousie. That was a very murdered mouse!ReplyDelete
Oh we always loved Col Mustard!ReplyDelete
(this brought back lots of memories)
Clue was one of my favorite games growing up! Love this! :)ReplyDelete
Me thinks Mrs Peacock was in the Ballroom with Professor Plum and Colonel Mustard and Mr Green, Miss Scarlet was mixing niptinis in the Study and Mrs White was using her rolling pin to make Mouse cutlets!ReplyDelete