|Release date||22 August 2009|
|Mfg Recommended age||18 months and up|
|Item Model Number||CL010-262|
|Product Dimensions||41.28 x 28.58 x 29.85 cm|
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- Clue, seinfeld
- At a gathering at jerry’s apartment, newman unveils a homemade newsletter containing embarrassing stories about jerry, elaine, george, kramer, puddy and peterman
- 6 suspects, 1 thief, 9 weapons and newman is out cold
- 9 Locations in New York City where the crime may occur
- Intrigue and Clock cards – new to the Clue brand, they provide directives that add fun and intrigue as well as faster game play
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CLUESEINFELD Features: -Seinfeld clue game.-Novelty game.
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The premise of Seinfeld Clue is someone has killed Newman. Apparently, he had written an inflammatory newsletter containing embarrassing stories about the Seinfeld gang and is threatening to distribute it on his postal route. BANG! Classic Clue comes into play. Who did it? with what weapon? and where did it take place? These are the answers I wanted to know.
The characters that appear in the game are Elaine, Kramer, Peterman, George, Jerry, and Puddy.
The 9 weapons in the game are Jerry's Microphone, The Cigar Store Indian, Festivus Pole, The Statue, J.F.K Golf Clubs, The Big Salad, Beef-A-Reeno, The Shower Head, and The Label Maker. (Not sure how someone could kill another person with a salad, but I'll just go with it, the episode that featured "The Big Salad" was one of my favorites)
The board locations are Jerry's Apartment, Monk's Restaurant, Soup Kitchen, Elaine's Apartment, Kramer's Apartment, Peterman's Office, Chinese Restaurant, Car Dealership and George's Office.
The board is fairly heavy. The graphics are nice enough if not especially detailed or rich. The character pieces are exemplary representations. The tokens are heavyweight sculpts and only devoted fans will know the origins of every piece without explanation, but the conversations around these alone are worth the $10 price of admission.