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Clue: Evangelion Edition

NGE-themed variation on the popular Parker Brothers™ board game, concocted by LuigiHann and originally posted at ANF.

Download ZIP

ZIP File includes...

  • Both halves of the board, with spoiler-free logo
  • Weapon tokens
  • Suspect Pawns
  • All cards
  • "Case File" folder
  • Alternate spoiler-version logo
  • 2 Alternate Keel monoliths
  • Eva Clue Die
  • Notepads
  • Assembly Instructions
  • Gameplay Instructions

"Who done it?"

Suspects:

  • Gendo Ikari (Red)
  • Ritsuko Akagi (Yellow)
  • Misato Katsuragi (Purple)
  • Keel Lorenz (Green)
  • Makoto Hyuga (Blue)
  • Pen-Pen (White)

Weapons:

  • Pistol
  • Holy Lance
  • Eva Unit 01
  • Prog Knife
  • Chibi Rei
  • N2 Mine

Locations:

  • Misato's Apartment
  • Terminal Dogma
  • The Hospital Room
  • The Elevator
  • The Boardroom
  • Gendo's office
  • The Bridge
  • The Theatre
  • The Briefing Room

Notes

Okay, this is it, finally complete.

I'd suggest that you not download the ZIP unless you've seen the whole show, as the "Who Killed...?" question is inherently a spoiler. There is a non-spoiler version of the logo, however, so any friends who haven't seen the whole show can play, too. (The directions in the ZIP explain it better.)

Anyway, the ZIP file contains literally everything you need to play the game. Just print out each image as "landscape" and "fit to page," to make them as large as possible but all at the same scale. I'd recommend printing them right onto cardstock or something thicker, and perhaps to back the cards with construction paper and the board with cardboard.

The board was made almost entirely from scratch in Photoshop. Misato's Room, the Theatre, and the Elevator all borrow textures from the show, and the bits of city at the top are from a screenshot, but everything else is the result of inventive use of Photoshop effects. A real Clue board was used as reference, but there's no trace of it in the final image.

If anyone actually decides to play this, let me know how it goes! I've played it, and it is fun.

~ LuigiHann, 2006/05/07