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Phil, Darryl, Mike and Alex played Whitehall.  This is quite a tricky Hunt game.  First up was Mike as Jack.  He found the first 3 murder sites with ease doubling back and tricking the detectives.  However Alex cornered him (using his once per gamer power) as he tried to exit after crossing the Thames on his way to the final destination.


Next up was Darryl.  The detectives kept close to him until the final chase when he cleverly disappeared.  Phil lost heart fearing they would never catch him but actually they were quite close.  However he was able to use a back alley to close in on the final murder scene and then win.

Posted May 15, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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