Cluedo trademark name for a board game based on solving a murder committed in country house by one of a set of stock characters, invented by Anthony E. Pratt in 1944; the six potential murderers are, Reverend Green, Colonel Mustard, Mrs Peacock, Professor Plum, Miss Scarlett, and Mrs White, and players are required to accuse a named character in a specific location and with a particular weapon.
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