Przemysław Rymer, Jakub Łapot, and Ignacy Trzewiczek
Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game
Portal Games is happy to announce the Detective Demo Kit! Now, anyone curious about the Detective experience may go to their local game store and attempt to solve the special demo case: Suburbia! The kit includes everything a retailer needs to run a full stand-alone game of Detective, without the need to tear open a copy of the game, and without spoiling anything from the base game. The kit is non-consumable, so there is no limit to the number of groups that can run through the demo. Having different groups play through the case to compete and see who can get the top score to be crowned the best investigative team is as simple as resetting the case deck in numerical order, scrapping the notes, and wiping the whiteboard (definitely get a whiteboard)! The case included in the kit is lighter and simpler than the cases included in the ...
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Recorded in War Room Studios – Albuquerque, NM : 10/2/18 This episode is brought to you by Maple Games. In the co-operative game Detective, each of you play an investigator working for Antares National Investigation Agency. You are going to gather information, deduce clues, and follow leads in order to solve multiple cases which are represented in the game by a deck of cards. At the end of each case, you will answer questions to gain victory points. You will win or lose the game based on the number of victory points you have earned. Find out what Josh and Brandon think in their Detective Board Game Review! Tune in and find out what Josh and Brandon think as they dive deep into gameplay and mechanics in this modern crime board game – Detective Board Game Review!
1:30:05- Detective Rules, 1:37:12- Detective Review During this weeks episode: 1) The Pegs discuss their recent gameplays including Paper Tales, Reef, and number of children’s games, and more; 2) All the Pegs review the narrative driven mystery game Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game; and 3) Look back once again at some of the the games we reviewed Five Years Ago.