13 Dead End Drive and its sequel 1313 Dead End Drive are murder-themed board games from Milton Bradley released in 1993 and 2002 respectively. These games might be some of the most violent ever aimed at a family audience, because unlike Clue, which it is often compared to, in Dead End Drive the goal is to kill your rivals to win the game, not solve a murder. I have owned a copy of this gem since 1993 and while I never picked up the sequel, I did not have to, the original has remained a favorite among my friends and family.
Until I sat down to mention it here, I did not realize it, but the game is sort of rare nowadays, but it is a great addition to your game library. So keep your eyes peeled at Flea Markets or if you got the cash, pick up a new copy today.
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