Whats the difference between 13 Dead End Drive and 1313 Dead End Drive?

Whats the difference between 13 Dead End Drive and 1313 Dead End Drive?

1313 uses two standard D6 dice and 13 DED has two custom 2-5 dice. 1313 DED uses 16 die-cut heir pawns rather than 12 rectangular pawns found in 13 DED. It deletes 13 DED’s “gardener’ but adds other characters (including a pug).

How to play 13 Dead End Drive?

How to Play 13 Dead End Drive

  1. Assemble the gameboard as shown below.
  2. Attach the 12 pawns to their bases and randomly place them on one of the red chairs in the center of the gameboard.
  3. Place the detective pawn on the start space on the outside of the mansion.
  4. Separate the cards based on the back of the cards.

What does the detective do in 13 Dead End Drive?

The Detective can only move one space at a time, and only when a Detective Card (hidden inside the Trap Card pile) is drawn. There are 13 steps to the front door. If the Detective makes it to the front door before all other characters have been eliminated, the game is over.

How many players is 13 Dead End Drive?

13 Dead End Drive is a deduction game for 2 to 4 players. The goal of the game is to inherit the money of Aunt Agatha. This can be done by controlling the character whose portrait is on the way when that character leaves the house or when the detective enters the house.

Is Milton Bradley Company still in business?

Milton Bradley Company or simply Milton Bradley (MB) was an American board game manufacturer established by Milton Bradley in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860….Milton Bradley Company.

Type Division of Hasbro
Industry Games
Founded 1860 in Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.
Founder Milton Bradley
Defunct 1998 (company) 2009 (brand)

What’s the Cheese for in mouse trap?

COLLECTING CHEESE PIECES: As your mouse moves around the gameboard, you will collect Cheese pieces from the Cheese pile and from your opponents. You may use Cheese pieces later in the game to help you spring the trap on your opponents’ mice. More about this later in the instructions.

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