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The Streets Of Miami Will Be Turning Into A Giant 'Clue' Game This Summer

CluedUpp Murder Mysteries is coming to the streets of Miami.

Life is a real mystery and this mysterious game will put your inner Sherlock Holmes detective skills to the test. Miami will turn into a giant murder mystery board game this summer as CluedUpp is the British detective game coming to the streets of Miami.

CluedUpp offers players a giant, outdoor version of the board game 'Clue'. This game will come to Miami on June 8th and it will start between 10 am to 1 pm. But, you need to finish the game before 5 pm. The Miami version of the game is called "Sneaky Finders" and is set in the fictitious town of Millingham. You can build your own team of detectives and you will be tasked with cracking the case as you stalk the streets, tracking down virtual witnesses and eliminating suspects.

To participate you need to have a team of 2 to 6 players, a clever team game, access to a smartphone, and a 1920's inspired outfit. The outfits are optional but wearing the outfit will add pizzazz to the adventure.

The average teams and detectives take up to 2 hours and 20 minutes to solve the crime. However, you will have up to four hours to solve the mystery.

If you are into clues and solving homicides, join with your friends. Now this game is not just a fun game - it comes with prizes. There will be prizes by categories including:

- Fastest team- Best fancy dress (Sneaky Finders / 1920’s inspired)- Best team picture- Best team name- Best little detective (kids prize)- Best K-9 detective (dogs prize)

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The cost per team is $46 and you'll meet over 80 teams in Downtown Miami. CluedUpp is going to other cities including Boston, Seattle, San Diego, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Raleigh, Richmond, and many others.

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If you got what it takes, grab your John Watson and sign up here. Details about the event will be given once you register.