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Crack the Case

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Manufacturer(s): Hasbro, Milton Bradley

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Product Description

A man lies bleeding on the pavement. Near his body are a mint, a plate and a shell.

What happened? And why? Only one player knows! The rest of the crowd are detectives who must ask questions to gather evidence. Follow a thread of logic, no matter how strange or startling. Fit all the pieces together. And crack the case!

It's great entertainment for fun-loving groups of any size! Inside are 108 baffling mysteries that will tease you, intrigue you and make you laugh. Each case is rated easy, medium or difficult. If you're stumped, ask for a clue or two. You can play for pleasure or compete for points--first to crack the case is a master detective!

So, have you solved the mystery of the man, the mint, the plate and the shell? Are you dying to find out? The answer's inside!

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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 4.9 in 7 reviews

by Alexis
Best Game Ever!
February 10, 2010

I played this at camp. It is the best game I've EVER Played! You have to put your brain to the test. Think like a detective. It's fun to guess what could've happened.

by Mindy
Long-time favorite game
August 18, 2008

This has long been one of my favorite games to play. It can be any group of people to play with the different levels and after a round or two, people start to catch on to the tricks. Also a very fun game for slow-time at work that you can do in between tasks.

by Katie
Way fun
June 13, 2007

I used to play this with my family when I was younger. Everyone could play at once (maybe I was 12, probably it's not suitable for a young child). Anyway, I took half of the cards when I moved out, it was fun for college and now as a young married person. I need to buy the whole thing, though... I'm actually surprised it's still being made! Regardless, it's way fun, can be played so that your whole family (or whoever) is a "team" rather than playing against each other.

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