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Japanese Clue Game

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So I looked all over Japan with no luck, but I finally found a Japanese Clue game online. There isn't much information, but I ordered it and will post the details when it arrives.

http://www.japan-touch.com/product_info ... cts_id=397
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Are you still in Japan?????? :shock: :o
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and btw, the game looks awesome :D
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PrinceAzure33 wrote:Are you still in Japan?????? :shock: :o
No, thankfully!
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You didn't like it there?
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It arrived today which was a nice surprise considering that I had forgotten all about it!

It appears to be another "Catch the Thief" game, but has a board set up in the traditional fashion with a few changes (for instance, instead of the Billiard Room, there is a Collections Room). There are also 13 playable characters - who are not of the six suspects.

The artwork is quite bold.
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Post by PoirotMarlowe304 »

isn't it called anime style or something?

I think that type of art is so untasteful and too cartoony. At least our cartoon Clue versions [ie 2002 and FX] have a realistic appeal to them

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This page is finally up in the Cluedo Games section.
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Haha I took Japanese for one year so I may be able to help translate
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Wow! I just saw this on the site - it looks a fab version!

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Its like pokemon and clue clash!

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^ :lol:
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