Hasbro Gives 'Clue' Board Game a Sexy and Queer Makeover

by Emell Adolphus

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Tuesday January 10, 2023

The new edition of Clue
The new edition of Clue  (Source:Hasbro)

Hasbro's 75-year-old board game "Clue" has just received a facelift, and the internet can't hold its thirst for the newly makeover characters.

As reported by Kotaku, the characters have been remade to connect with a more modern artist. Judging by the internet response to the characters, the artist has succeeded.

"Hasbro's new version of "Clue" officially comes out today and I look forward to a generation of kids pointing to the new Chef White as their sexual awakening," said one social media user.

Another user simply commented: "I guess there's a new hot grandpa in town." Indeed!

"Clue", known as "Cluedo" in the UK, was released in the late 1940s. The game pits a group of six players against each other to solve the murder of one Mr. Black. At times, players may find out that they are the killer or have a sneaking suspicion that it was someone close to them.

To win, someone eventually declares something to the effect of: "It was Professor Plum in the ballroom with a candlestick."

In the new game, the old maid Mrs. White has been makeover to be Chef White, with undercut hair, tattoos, and punk boots. Miss Scarlett and Colonel Mustard look like a couple you'd meet at a bar, and Professor Plum has the hot nerd thing down to a T.

The new updated version of "Clue" is available now via Walmart and Amazon.