Clue: The Grinch features a colorful, Christmas-themed box. | Source: The Op/The Toy Insider

Two classics collide as the board game Clue and the Dr. Seuss story How the Grinch Stole Christmas! come together to give players the chance to save Christmas from the mean, green Grinch.

Every Who down in Who-ville liked Christmas a lot, and players of this game are no exception as they take on the role of Cindy-Lou, Papa Who, Who-ville Mayor, and other Who characters. The Whos will have to piece together who catches the Grinch stealing Christmas, what item he was stuffing up the chimney, and where he took the item from.

This won’t necessarily be easy, though: You’ll need to figure out which Who caught the Grinch pilfering Christmas goods. And there are many items he could be trying to steal, all with their own sculpted token. Catch the Grinch with his hands on a wreath, a drum, a Christmas tree, a roast beast, a tricycle, or a can of Who Hash. He’ll also be in one of the nine unique locations the game has to offer, including the Grinch’s lair, the town square, the banquet hall, and more. Little Bit More cards are pulled instead of the familiar Clue Intrigue cards, which will keep players on their toes with added requirements, extra turns, and other new additions to the Christmas case.

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And of course the Grinch won’t be letting you quietly investigate without causing some trouble of his own. The game includes eight Grinch cards that, when drawn, mean the Grinch is getting that much closer to his goal of stealing Christmas. Once you draw the eighth card, the game ends and you’ll need to hope you’ve figured out your who, what, and where. 

The game includes a custom Grinch notepad to keep track of every little clue and is designed for 2-6 players, ages 8 and up. Add it to your Christmas wishlist from The Op’s website, Amazon, Entertainment Earth, or your local game store. The game retails for $44.99 and is sure to bring family fun to any Christmas party.