At the height of one of his famous house parties, Mr Ed Boddy is found dead in the study at Clueless Manor. There is evidence that someone has been outside his window, but no sign of forced entry. Nothing appears to have been stolen, and the safe is still securely locked. A generous and philanthropic man, Mr Boddy has no known enemies. The assembled staff and guests all protest their innocence, but does someone know more than they are letting on?
Why did Mr Boddy suddenly change the combination to his safe that day?
What was the commotion at the railway station?
What did Miss Mauve say to Rosie Red that reduced her to tears?
Who made the mysterious tracks across the lawn?
Why does the housekeeper disapprove of some of the guests?
The answer to these, and other questions, will help you uncover the truth and solve this mystery.
Do you have what it takes to solve the Case of the Murder at the Manor?
A Whole Term’s Work
Each Sleuth IT game comes with a term’s worth of resource materials for the teacher and student. A Teacher’s Guide and Student Journal (together with additional project files and templates) scaffold the lessons and projects on an episode by episode basis. Sleuth IT is designed to be used in class and working from home.
In game footage and exemplar material from the student journal are shown below.