One of the best deduction games ever devised with millions of combinations of cases to solve with the support of a digital app. Cluedo to the max! This game scales well from 1 player (app assisted) to the whole family. It's not simple but not overly challenging if you can use logic to solve the puzzle.
What can I say? This game is by far the best mystery game I have ever played. The artwork is hilariously funny, the materials used to create the pieces etc are of top quality and the replayability of it is phenomenal. I originally bought this as an experiment, to see if my crime-solving mum and I could play this and actually figure out the murders (we were both worried it would be way to difficult)... But it is the perfect amount of difficulty, mixed with alack of RNG due to no pesky dice and before long we were solving case after case, going up in difficulty and always ending with a laugh.
Now, I have to admit that this game is ONLY good if you are able to think critically enough to connect the dots (cutting suspects out due to a lack of pathways to the murder, or connecting accomplices based on clues given etc). If you didn't like the "solving" aspect of Cluedo, you may very well struggle with this game.
If you have ever played Cluedo you'll know the setup. Someone has been murdered, there is multiple suspects, and multiple potential weapons. What makes this different is there's no moving about the mansion, no dice rolling, and you know exactly where the murder happened. The game is based around trading evidence with other players offering deals tit-for-tat for that slowly reveal information about the crime until someone feels confident after an exchange round to say they have the answer. With the box you have 30 cases to play, and if you download the free app you can access some unique 3000 cases meaning that you are highly unlikely to ever see the same combination of circumstance pointing to a correct answer.