Spy Alley Mensa Award Winning Family Strategy Board Game

February 14, 2020 - Comment

From Mata Hari to James Bond, spies and secret agents have filled our imaginations. Now, you get the chance to play spy and counter spy in a dark alley — Spy Alley. Deceptively simple and surprisingly intense, Spy Alley keeps you on the edge of your seat. Players become a spy for their given country

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From Mata Hari to James Bond, spies and secret agents have filled our imaginations. Now, you get the chance to play spy and counter spy in a dark alley — Spy Alley. Deceptively simple and surprisingly intense, Spy Alley keeps you on the edge of your seat. Players become a spy for their given country and try to uncover their opponents’ identity while keeping their own identity a secret. Players use deductive reasoning to expose other spies while attempting to complete their mission by obtaining code books, disguises, keys and passwords.

Product Features

  • Winner of 12 National Awards, Including MENSA SELECT, AUSTRALIAN GAME of the YEAR, Chicago Tribune “TOP TEN GAMES”
  • Spy Alley is a classic hidden identity strategy board game for 2 6 players. “Best Mind Game” by Mensa, Spy Alley will have you bluffing, deceiving and double crossing your friends and family to earn the title of the world’s top spy. Perfect for adults, Kids (ages 8+) or Families, Fun for everyone
  • Simple rules that can be explained in minutes but take a lifetime to master. 30 to 45 minutes to play. People who like Clue tend to Love Spy Alley
  • Spy Alley is a Fun Board Game for all ages, that helps sharpen your deductive reasoning, logic, interpersonal, and body language reading skills
  • Each new copy of Spy Alley comes with a 90 Day Limited Warranty If the game becomes damaged due to manufacture defect in the normal use of the product within the first 90 days from purchase, Spy Alley Partners will replace the part free of charge. The warranty is only valid if purchased from an authorized distributor in the United States of America

Comments

Anonymous says:

Boring Game for teens/adults My kids ages ranging from 13-17 and I love to play board games. I was looking forward to this one because the description implied it was like Clue meets Monopoly. We’ve played it twice and their consensus is clear; the game is boring and predictable. There is no real strategy for winning other than go around the board and hope you can get to your space first. This game would be great for younger kids who are just getting into strategy type games, maybe 8-12 year olds.

Anonymous says:

Great Game for the Whole Family I was looking for a strategic board game for my 14 year old son and came across this game. I had never heard of it before and gave it a try. He loved it. We have four kids ranging from 7-14 and everyone has been able to play this game together. The rules and premise are easy enough for the 7 year old to follow and the game is challenging and entertaining enough to keep everyone’s interest, plus it is different every time. The game itself, and associated cards and parts, are well constructed and…

Anonymous says:

Great Game for most Ages Great Game.Played it with my Dad and Sister while I was visiting them for a few days, came home and bought it for my family.I have a weekly game night with friends and we played a few games of this to unwind after a long game of Axis & Allies this past weekend, it seemed to be a hit with everyone.Buy here instead of at Barnes & Nobles. Your pieces are stamped spies when you buy here, my sister ended up with colored pawn tokens (like those in Sorry!) when she bought…

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