221B Baker Street
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221B Baker Street

221B Baker Street

£23.99
Game Published: 25/11/2011
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Waterstones Says

Seek out your inner sleuth with the ultimate detective board game. Boasting 75 fiendishly twisty cases, 221b Baker Street is the perfect opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes himself. 

Inhabit the world of master detective, Sherlock Holmes. Making your way through the cobbled streets of Victorian London, you’ll collect clues and deduce your solution. 
 
This latest version of this classic game comes with 75 intriguing new cases to solve, each unique and sure to challenge even the most nimble of minds. Cases take approximately 60-90 minutes. 
 
Outwit your opponents and race back to Baker Street to boldly announce how elementary it all was.

The game is afoot!
 
2 to 6 players
Ages 10+
 

Publisher: GIBSONS
ISBN: 5012269007787

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“Great game - shame about the price”

£5 cheaper at most other stores.

Waterstones are ripping people off

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“The Best Game”

This game is honestly one of the best games I have ever played. Its like Cluedo except for more challenging and its Sherlock themed (bonus)!!!

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“A Big Disappointment”

We always welcome the possibility of a new game to play as a family. The problem with this game was that each player plays individually. There is no interaction between the players.

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