What a brilliant idea this is. Take the fiction of Cluedo, in which you're tasked with tracking down a murderer by eliminating possibilities, and mix it with the gameplay mechanics of Minesweeper, also based around eliminating possibilities. Genius!
ClueSweeper gives you a certain number of turns to solve the case and correctly accuse the murderer. You uncover clues by playing an inverted version of Minesweeper where each mine is actually a clue. Some will reveal traits the murderer has; some will tell how the murderer is linked to the victim. Piece it all together and click the solve button.
How many cases can you crack this lunchtime?