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Clue (or Cluedo outside North America) is a detective board game by Parker Brothers / Hasbro, originally published in 1949. The text-mode Clue DOS game is a remake of the board game, and seems to do a pretty decent job at simulating the board game experience. This digital version works for 1-6 players (unlike the physical game which requires at least 3 players) and provides a decent set of features, and even PC speaker beeping sound effects. The main problem is that it requires custom printed score sheets, which you aren't likely to be able to print (certainly not with DOSBox) so today this game is likely more of a novelty than something most people will be able to actually play. (If you really want to try, there are alternate versions of DOSBox that may allow you to print, see for example this VOGONS thread. Caveat emptor though since I haven't tried this.)
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