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221B Baker Street
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221B Baker Street is the London address of the world's most celebrated detective, Sherlock Holmes, and his dedicated companion, Dr. Watson. In this game you start at 221B and travel through the streets and alleys of London picking up clues and attempting to solve the most intriguing cases Holmes and Watson have ever faced.
Each player assumes the role of Holmes and matches wits with the other players to determine who possesses the most skillful deductive powers. The first player to figure out the correct answers to a particular mystery or crime, return to 221B and announce the solution, is the winner.
John Hansen Company
Players: 2 - 6
Time: 80 minutes
Weight: 610 grams
Average Rating: 4.5 in 8 reviews
Had to review this one. Picked up a copy in England in 2003. Widely considered a sleeper in our collection. EVERYONE who has played this game with us, loves it.
Similar to Clue in that you have to travel from room to room... but to find clues, you have to solve riddles once you get there... and then you still have to put it all together to get back to 221B Baker St. to win.
The only problem is that once you have completed the cases that come with the game (20-40 depending if you have a U.S. version or U.K. version) then it is pretty much in effect, all over.
You have to dig to find expansion cases to buy... but it can be done. (20 expansion cases in a set...)
Overall, a great game if you can find it.
I am a detecive my self and i dont usually play board games but i must say this is the best game i have ever played. the cases are really well thought of and certainly the clues and places where great. There is one thing that could have made the game a bit more enjoyable and that is if the board and the places where a bit more colourful.
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