Just about everybody knows Clue, the first murder mystery game. Someone has been murdered. You are a budding detective, and your job is to find out...via logical deduction and a process of elimination...whodunit, with what weapon and where.
The translation to Genesis has made Clue a new experience. You still have the usual gang of suspects: Col. Mustard, Miss Scarlet and the others. The murder weapons are still the lead pipe, the knife, the rope, and the gun. And you still get to travel from room to room...sometimes through secret passages.
Clue Genesis adds a new twist by getting everyone to huddle in front of the TV You can make the game even more challenging by requiring players to mentally keep track of the items they find. Get a clue. Play Parker Brother's Clue on your Genesis.
So you want to be a real estate tycoon? Here's how you can do it in one afternoon, at home. Play Monopoly on your Genesis.
Parker Brothers Monopoly was a big hit on the Sega Master System five years ago. This time they've totally redesigned the game to take advantage of the power of Genesis. Every sequence has cool animation and graphics without slowing down game play. The computer players are smart and hard to predict. You can select the number of players, the difficulty level and the length of time you wish to play.
The graphics have a neat 1930's touch and even retain the original Chance/Community Chest artwork. Monopoly board tans will like the switch to the Genesis because now you don't have to mess with paper money, dice and plastic game pieces.
PC compatible, P-100
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat)