Mystery Games

The Brass Monkey Framed! Mystery Rummy 3: Jekyll & Hyde
Charlie Chan Detective Mystery Game (1937) Gangland! (card game) Orient Express
Cloak & Dagger Gangsters, Gun Molls & G-Men (card game) Project CIA
Columbo The Godfather Game Save the President
Columbo: Ashes to Ashes Gumshoe (Sleuth Publications) Scotland Yard
Conspiracy Intrigue (Milton Bradley, 1955) Secrecy (Universal, 1965)
Crack the Case Judge for Yourself Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective
Crime Solvers Judge ‘N’ Jury Sherlock Holmes: Mansion Murders
Desperado (sealed Mint) Jurisprudence Sherlock Holmes: Murder on the Orient Express
Eccentric (1972) Kill Doctor Lucky: Craigdarroch Sherlock Holmes VCR Game
Electronic Detective Lie Detector Simply Suspects
Elementary Watson London Murder Mystery Spy Alley
Ellery Queen: Case of the Elusive Assassin Master Criminals! Spy Detector
Ellery Queen: Trapped! Mr. Ree (1946) Spy vs. Spy
Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine Game Mr. Ree (1957) 30 Second Mysteries
Ellery Queen’s Operation Murder (VCR Game) Murder to Go Vanished!
Espionage (MPH) Murdero Whodunit (Cadaco-Ellis, 1959)
Eyewitness Mystery Rummy 1: Jack the Ripper Whodunit (Selchow & Righter)

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