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Suspicion Board Game from Wonder Forge

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Suspicion
A Game of Secret Identity and Deduction

You’re invited to a masquerade party at the estate of art collector Baron Whitetooth. Little does he know, you’re a world-class jewel thief. And you are not alone. Keep your identity a secret as you maneuver through the mansion pocketing priceless gemstones. Observe the other guests and use deduction to unmask the other crooks before they catch you.

Ages: 10+
Players: 2 to 6

Promotes:
Deductive reasoning skills
Strategic thinking



My Thoughts

We enjoy family game nights at our house. Because of that we're always on the look-out for a fun new game to add to our collection. Recently we came across Suspicion. It's a game of deductive guesses that we thoroughly enjoyed.

The first time we played it there were just the two of us. The learning curve was relatively quick. We kept the directions out during the first play through and we were able to catch on fast. The next time we played we had six players. I will say that we enjoyed it with just the two of us but it really is a lot more fun with more players. The game lasts longer and it also increases the odds that you will be wrong. 

On a side note I should also add that Wonder Forge has added new rules for a two player game. You can download them on the Wonder Forge website. We played again with two players and it was much improved.

Once you catch on the game is relatively easy but it still requires you to use deductive skills. The game suggests that the players ages should be 10 and up. I think that's a pretty good estimate. We had a couple of younger players that paired with an adult and that worked really well.

I'd recommend this to families that like games that make you use a strategy rather than just rolling the dice and making a move. The more you play this game the more angles to success you'll find. 
Suspicion Board Game from Wonder Forge.
































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