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The 'Suspicion' Board Game Works Via Deductive Reasoning

 - Nov 30, 2016
References: intl.target & boardgamegeek
The Suspicion board game was designed for people ages 10 and up and allows players to act like jewelry thieves.

The game was designed to evoke suspicion in the players due to the fact that it requires players to catch other thieves before those thieves catch them. Players of this board game go around "stealing" precious jewels and unmasking other thieves. The game ends when one of the accompanying "jewel" piles is empty, and all the players come together and guess who was playing which character in the game. The score is based on who guessed the most identities correctly as well as the number of gems the player has managed to steal.

The Suspicion board game is a playful experience for individuals who enjoy games of deductive reasoning.