Although it plays mostly like a normal game of Clue, Clue World of Harry Potter adds a surprising amount of mechanics to Clue with some improving the game and others hurting the game.
Plunder is an interesting take on the deduction genre by improving on the classic board game Clue in some ways and in other ways falling a little short.
While it won’t appeal to people who don’t like Disney, Disney Hedbanz is a surprisingly solid little family game that you can have fun with.
The Prospector tries to add a gold rush theme to the game Clue but ends up ruining everything that is actually good about Clue in the process.
1313 Dead End Drive is an interesting blend of a roll and move and a deduction game, that is ruined by some rules that make the game rely entirely on luck.
While Conspiracy does some interesting things for an older Milton Bradley game, it doesn’t result in a very interesting game.
While Electronic Talking Mystery Mansion has some interesting ideas and some great components, the over reliance on luck and the lack of actual deduction prevents the game from being anything more than an average game.
Downfall has some interesting ideas that makes for a game that can sometimes be fun but due to a reliance on luck and a feeling that your opponent’s have more impact on your fate than you do makes Downfall a very average board game.
While not nearly as bad as it looks, Electronic Dream Phone is at best a very average deduction game.
Despite being quite innovative for its’ time period, Spy Detector has a couple issues that keeps it from being anything more than an average game.