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You Can Unleash Your Inner Sherlock At Ontario's City-Wide Murder Mystery Games

It's like stepping into the board game Clue. 🔍
You Can Unleash Your Inner Sherlock At Ontario's City-Wide Murder Mystery Games

Grab your magnifying glass and notebook, because you'll need to use your best sleuthing skills to solve this CluedUpp Ontario mystery game.

Hosted by CluedUpp Games, the experience will turn multiple cities into outdoor murder mysteries, and it's basically like being in a life-sized game of Clue.

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The app-based game is coming to cities across the province throughout May and June 2021, including Toronto, Ottawa, Kitchener, and London.

It's the world's first geogaming event and has been played in over 40 countries.

The theme is Jack The Ripper, and it's up to you and your team to complete challenges across the city and interrogate virtual witnesses before The Ripper makes another kill.

Each team must consist of at least 2 to 6 players, and you'll need a smartphone for the group to use.

Prizes are awarded for the fastest team, best detective costumes, and more.

See if you have what it takes to figure out "whodunnit" in your city.

CluedUpp Games

Price: $65 per team

When: May & June 2021

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Go: Take part in a life-sized game of Clue as you try and solve this city-wide murder mystery.

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