Giant virtual game of ‘Clue’ coming to city in New Jersey

A giant virtual version of the game "Clue" is coming to Jersey City -- called "CluedUpp."

News 12 Staff

Apr 23, 2019, 12:07 PM

Updated 1,854 days ago

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A giant virtual version of the game "Clue" is coming to Jersey City -- called "CluedUpp."
This specific game called "Sneaky Finders" will take place on June 1.
In the game, teams of between two and six adults will go head-to-head to solve the crime set in the fake town of "Millingham."
Clues will be placed across the city, and detectives will use the CluedUpp app to play the game and solve the mystery.
Participants are encouraged to dress up in 1920s detective garb.
The game lasts between one and four hours, and usually takes a team about two-and-a-half-hours to solve the mystery.
Tickets can be purchased on the "Clued Upp" website.
More than 100 detective teams are expected to participate.
Prizes will be awarded throughout the game.


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