Chronicles of Crime Game Giveaway

Chronicles of Crime Game Giveaway

Advances in technology have helped change the way we think of everything around us. That includes board games. There have been several that utilize an app as a timer or to help facilitate the process of the game and others that incorporate a phone as part of a board gameChronicles of Crime from Lucky Duck Games has players working together to solve a crime and it utilizes QR codes built into the game to help facilitate the game play.

This title, featured in our guide to games for teens and adults, is a cool way to utilize technology in a game. Ready to join forces with your friends to solve the crime? No mystery about where to enter to win a copy. You can do it right here!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Chronicles of Crime Game


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44 comments on «Chronicles of Crime Game Giveaway»

  1. Eric E says:

    Definitely one of the games on my list to check out for 2019.

  2. Somename says:

    True Detective!

  3. Frank Bromley says:

    looks like there are exspansions in the works too

  4. Seth H says:

    Probably Sherlock.

  5. Sue E says:

    I loved Monk, Columbo, Matlock, and many more

  6. Abigail Gibson says:

    I really liked Gone Baby Gone movie as I understand that there is a book too.

  7. Nikita Gavrilov says:

    Generically enough – Sherlock TV series 🙂

  8. Maggie says:

    I love the Flavia deLuce novels by Alan Bradley!

  9. Mark P says:

    My favorite crime solving book(s) is the Robot series by Asimov. How do you commit a murder in a robot-filled society with the famous 3 laws of robotics?


    When I was younger, I loved Encyclopedia Brown mysteries. You would read the story and have to guess the answer, which was in the back of the book. The Author, Donald Sobol made a series with the same concept, short 2-3 page mysteries (answers in the back) which are great and still holds up today. The books are Two Minutes Mysteries, More Two Minute Mysteries, and Still More Two minute Mysteries.

  11. Paloma says:

    I like Sherlock.

  12. Sherlock Holmes is my favorite crime solving drama!

  13. Dave Blizzard says:

    Sherlock for sure.

  14. Carrie Edmunds says:

    My favorite crime solving tv show was Matlock.

  15. Scotty B says:

    Sherlock (BBC)

  16. Henry Panda says:

    Sherlock series

  17. Caroline Lennek says:

    I love the Colombo crime series TV show and Louise Penny’s “Inspector Gamache” book series.

  18. Trey LaCaze says:


  19. brody says:

    the new sherlock

  20. Darlene Owen says:

    I love NCIS

  21. Katrina Weiss says:

    I love Psych.

  22. Andrew W says:

    I’ve always had a soft spot for the Great Mouse Detective.

  23. Josh Christian says:

    Gotta love Mr. Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars!
    Special shout out to Batman, though.

  24. Scott Anthony says:

    Somewhat partial to Monk and most Agatha Christie novels.

  25. Lizee McMillian says:

    I love everything Mary Higgins Clark!

  26. Juli W. says:

    Agatha Christie’s Poirot

  27. Scott Morris says:


  28. Brad R says:

    I’m a classic mystery guy so Agatha Christie and Sherlock Holmes are some of my favorites

  29. JT says:

    Sherlock (BBC Version)

  30. Michael Shea says:

    Murder on the Orient Express

  31. Vickie Gallo says:

    Without a doubt CSI!

  32. Cindy M says:

    I loved Columbo. He was so funny and smart.

  33. Patricia Hoffmeister says:


  34. Nicole H says:

    Lots of different ones. Sherlock Holmes (Elementary, BBC version), Phryne Fisher, Midsomer Murders. NCIS.

  35. Jennifer H. says:

    I like Sherlock Holmes.

  36. kathy pease says:

    I always liked the hardy boys

  37. Carl says:

    I was a big fan of 221b Baker Street, so this could be fun 🙂

  38. Brian R says:

    I love BBC’s Sherlock.

  39. rosemary says:

    Oh Yes- Sherlock

  40. Mark Mcguire says:

    NCIS, Father Brown

  41. gala says:

    I always liked “Hercule Poirot” by Agatha Christie

  42. Nicole Harnett says:

    I love me a good episode of Sherlock Holmes!

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