Your choice: Do you want to solve the crime from your couch in your sweats? Binge-watching your favorite mystery on Netflix certainly seems enticing at times. Or would you rather hit the streets and solve the crime in real life?
Introducing a new game that’s coming to the United States, starting this weekend: CluedUpp, which turns cities into interactive Clue boards.
The game launched in the United Kingdom, but now it’s rolling out a list of 41 U.S. cities that will host CluedUpp.
Detroit, by the way, is on the list: the event is set for Saturday, April 13.
“CluedUpp is a brand-new city-wide murder mystery game that puts you in the shoes of a real-life detective,” the website reads. “Using our award-winning app, your team will hunt around your chosen town, tracking down virtual witnesses, eliminating suspects and ruling-out murder weapons."
"In true Cluedo-style, at the end of the game, you'll have ruled out everyone but the killer and his chosen weapon of choice. Some say it's a bit like Pokemon-go meets Cluedo, but will you be able to unveil the killer?”
It'll cost $46 for a team of up to six adults. The game encourages dressing up in 1920s-inspired attire, but we’ll leave that decision to you.