Calling all detectives! A gang of thieves has just been nabbed, but only three members actually committed the crime. Using keen eyes, quick thinking and deduction, try to figure out who's part of the guilty trio. Was it Loose-Eye Lenny, Kid Cassidy and Pencil Top? Or was it Louie St. Louis, Jonny Cortex and No Neck Nick? The first to name the right three suspects is the master sleuth.
Everyone loves a good whodunit and Three of a Crime is the perfect game to play when you‚Äôre in the mood to solve a mystery in a short amount of time. As you figure out who‚Äôs on the eyewitness‚Äôs card, you‚Äôll be employing such brain-building skills as logic and deductive reasoning. Hint: Like in solving a real life crime, don‚Äôt make an accusation until you can prove that the suspects are guilty without a shadow of doubt!
"Children and parents love this compact, quick to play game."
- Canadian Toy Testing Council
This wildly inventive game will give your family hours and hours of fun on family games nights, just as it did for our testers. Cute, clever, engaging and fast paced were just some of the phrases we heard from testers who played together with their children. The game in a nutshell is a not so elaborate whodunit. Deductive reasoning is key here in trying to become the first player to name the right three suspects.