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A delightful childrens' board game about murder. And creepy puppets!
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I never played this as a child but from this commercial alone, I still to this day say "See you latter chef!". And no one gets it.
I shout "LIGHTS OUT FOR THE BOYFRIEND" for literally no reason at all sometimes.
Those look a lot like the puppets from "Spitting Image." Secondly, there was already a game kids played about murder: "Clue."
Lastly, if you really want to play a good murder boardgame, I recommend "Kill Doctor Lucky."
Maybe, but Clue didn't let the players actively participate in the killing itself.
And didn't let you play as a homicidal Persian.
We actually had this. The chandelier trap used a tiny rubber band. It was so frustrating to set up that it was easier just to use our imaaaaaaginaaaaaaation.
My sister got this as a Christmas present one year. I believe I was 10 at the time.
We all thought the concept was so cool and the setup was so cool and had so much fun setting up all the little traps.
But then we realized the game itself was quite boring. We never played it again after the first day of having it.
Some of our ghetto catholic cousins who lived in Compton would come over all the time and they loved this game though. My sister ended up telling them to just keep it.
I remember this! More specifically, I remember the commercials for it scaring the crap out of me, and covering my eyes and ears whenever it came on. Damn those creepy puppets!
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