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Clue Jr. Game

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Clue Jr. Game
The neighborhood pets love to hide in funny places...the fish in the bird house...or the kitten in the mailbox! And they love to hide the kids' toys. Skateboard over and check out the Lemonade Stand: There's the puppy! Next, check out one of the Kids: Well, Samantha's still got her baseball mitt! Cruise the neighborhood until you've found all the clues. By process of elimination, what you don't find on the board is what's hidden in the clubhouse...Why that sill little rabbit - he ran off with the roller skate! You've solved the Case of the Hidden Toys! For 2 to 4 players.

Warning: Choking Hazard WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

For 2-4 players, Ages 5 to 8

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Clue Jr. Game
 
5.0

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5.0

Great Game

By Susanna

from California

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Pros

  • Interactive Play

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Clue Jr. Game:

      This promotes thinking skills and strategy, but instead of someone getting killed, cake gets eaten. So it's geared toward children. I can't wait for it to get back in stock.

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      5.0

      Great game for kids up to age 7

      By Christian's Mom

      from Beverly Hills, CA

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      Pros

      • Easy To Play
      • Educational
      • Entertaining
      • Fun
      • Interactive
      • Thought Provoking

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Children
        • Family

        Comments about Clue Jr. Game:

        Great way to spend time with your kids. It involves a process of elimination and a bit of strategy.

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