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- Become the ultimate spy with Clue Secrets & Spies
- Go undercover and use your smarts, your spy light and even your cell phone to become the top agent
- Check your cell phone for a Spy Text that could help or hinder your game
- Your assignments will take you all over the world, so stay ahead of the other agents and earn the title of Ultimate Spy
- Great family game!
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Cell phone not included. Message charges may apply. Can be played without cell phone. Requires 4 A76 or LR44 Alkaline batteries (included).
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Top Customer Reviews
The object of this game is to score the most points, and this is done in one of two ways: getting any agent to hold two items at the same time and getting an agent to meet a certain agent in a prescribed location on the board. This is done by playing action cards for any available agent, which allows for one movement and one item donation/swap/theft. Anyone can move any agent when he/she is available, and you don't have to score points for your agent. At the time that a mission is completed, you receive the card (worth one point at the end of the game), and the agent(s) who completed the mission each move one point up the score track on the side of the board - or, if "Agent Black" finishes a mission, he moves one point down the track, starting from the top. The game is over when Agent Black meets any other agent on the scoreboard. At the game's end, all players reveal their identities and add the number of cards they're holding to their agent's score.
The scoring of the game is a little strange - no two agents may have the same number of points. So if four agents already have one, two, three, and four points, then the next agent to score a point moves up to five points, regardless of where they were before. It's an interesting but sometimes frustrating mechanism.Read more ›
After reading through the rules, which were a little confusing, we started playing. A lot of that confusion was cleared up in game play. Game play goes very fast. You get a random secret agent that you keep secret, a mission card which has 2 items to collect, and a 3 activity cards. During game play you can play any agent that hasn't been played yet, after they've all been played, they all go back to un-play. You're trying to collect completed mission cards which are tallied up at the end of the game to see who wins. There are two kinds of missions, personal missions which are 2 items one agent has to collect, and group missions which you see the city the mission is in, but not who you're supposed to meet in that city until you land in the city and look at the card with a UV light.
Yes, it's complicated, but not by a long shot the most complicated game we've played on family game night. It was a lot of fun and moved quickly once we knew the rules.
My children are teens though, and we've been playing board and card games for years at least one night a month. I think I'd recommend this game to 12 and up. A good combination of strategy and luck to make it random enough that anyone can win.
We didn't do the texting option.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this at Goodwill. Then I tried to read the game directions and found them a little unclear. The youtube explanation helped quite a bit. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Angela J Nehring
I don't get it.
I mean, I tried. I was told this was simple enough for an eleven year old child to do, and I looked for an eleven year old child to explain it to me. Read more
as many reviewers said the instructions are a bit complicated when you're getting started; however, the game is a lot of fun. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jason Cowan
Cute idea, but my son was not very interested in this one as I thought he would be. This is nothing like the standard Clue game and it is very complicated, my son lost interest... Read morePublished 11 months ago by mhindal
Fun game. Completely different than the original, but still enjoyable.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
who created this game? My guess is that when this game is purchased it is played once....and played incorrectly. DO NOT WASTE money on this game new or used. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Benjamin
I was hoping for a good 2-person game. I love Clue, but it's for 3 or more, so I decided to give this a try. It's okay, but only okay.Published 20 months ago by Elise
I can understand a few bad reviews because it's kind of complicated to learn at first, but I am shocked at the large # of bad reviews.
My 9 yr old son & I loved it. Read more