In the cooperative deduction game Inspector Leflair, players take turns playing the role of "Inspector Nose" to try to get everyone else to identify the correct card. The game is played in five rounds, and you start each round by laying out five picture cards from the deck. If you are the Nose Inspector, shuffle the number cards (1-5) and look at one of them to determine which target card the players should not remove from the deck. You then roll five picture/symbol dice, choose one of them and place it on the clue card. The other players then debate and remove one picture card from the game. If they have not removed the clue card, you add an extra picture/symbol die to the remaining four, roll them, choose another die, and so on.
If the players remove four cards and leave only the target card, great! If they remove the target card early, well, better luck next round. The team scores 1 point for each card correctly removed, with the highest score being 20. How will you do?
Contents of the box : 108 pictures, 5 number cards, 1 clue card, 8 dice, 1 rule book.