Alright! ‘Bob’s Burgers’ cooked up a tasty recipe for Clue

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The cast needs your help figuring out who killed Ned Boddy in this all-new Bob’s Burgers game!

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This isn’t just any Bob’s Burgers game. This is a sizzlin’ hot mystery written by none other than the creators of the show themselves.

It plays the same as your traditional box of Clue, so you don’t have to worry about memorizing any new rules. However, that’s about the only thing that this Bob’s Burgers game and your old copy of Clue have in common.

You see, the Belchers have gotten themselves in yet another sticky situation. And this time it’s not Gene’s fault! Or is it? That’s what you and up to five other investigators are responsible for figuring out. After Ned Boddy’s untimely death at Linda’s dinner party, players must fill in the details on who and what killed Ned, as well as where and how he died.

Here’s what we know:

The suspects are Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene, Louise, and Teddy.

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There are eight crime scenes to be examined–the Living Room, Bob & Linda’s Bedroom, Bathroom, Kitchen, Tina’s Bedroom, Louise’s Bedroom, Staircase, Gene’s Bedroom, and Hallway.

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And six possible weapons–the Burger Phone, a Spatula, Horcelain, a Wine Bottle, Kuchi Kopi, and Gene’s Keyboard.

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But buyer beware, this isn’t a job for a measly food inspector–so Hugo Habercore can’t save you. Find who killed Ned Boddy before they strike again! Bob’s Burgers Clue is available exclusively online and is currently on sale through Amazon for $32 (regularly $39.95).

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Marisa Losciale

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