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Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game

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Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game – STORY (No spoilers video)

Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game is a fully co-operative, immersive, detective experience. This is a game of wits and deduction, a full game night experience – a single game session can last up to 3 or more hours. It is also rules-light, meaning, that the most powerful tool at your disposal is your team, your imagination, and your own mind.

Portal Games Informant #80

Heres what’s new at Portal Games, and how our week looked alike, additional Ignacy will talk about statistics and the Detective, as well as a little bit more on the L.A. Crimes and our approach to the game.

Portal Games Informant #77

This weekend we had an exciting visit at the Pegasus Spiele Press Day, where we were presenting our german releses of the Detective and Monolith Arena, take a quick sneak-peak behind the curtain of this great trip. Thank you for watching this video. We hope you enjoy a sneak peak into our work. Let us know in the comments what would you like to see in upcoming videos. Please subscribe, and share this video with your gaming friends, we appreciate it a lot.

Detective Demo Kit for retailers!

Detective Demo Kit for retailers!
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 ...

Portal Games Informant #76

Thank you for watching this video. We hope you enjoy a sneak peak into our work. Let us know in the comments what would you like to see in upcoming videos. Please subscribe, and share this video with your gaming friends, we appreciate it a lot. Thank you! 🙂

Detective Deep Dive Review – Episode 84 of Brawling Brothers The Boardgaming Podcast

Detective Deep Dive Review – Episode 84 of Brawling Brothers The Boardgaming Podcast
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!

Episode 131 – Detective – Blue Peg, Pink Peg The Board Gaming Podcast for Everyone

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.

Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game European Release!

Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game European Release!
Today Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game premieres in Europe in English and Polish version! And it is a great game and our big success. But you do not have to take our word for it. Take a look at those reviews, opinions, and other game related content: Reviews Top Of The Table – Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game – Game Informer https://www.gameinformer.com/column/top-of-the-table/2018/09/21/top-of-the-table-detective-a-modern-crime-board-game Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game 5/5 https://ronspopcorner.com/detective-a-modern-crime-board-game Review: Detective – A Modern Crime Game transforms the hunt for clues into a board game. https://boardgamesin2.wordpress.com/2018/08/16/review-detective-a-modern-crime-game-transforms-the-hunt-for-clues-into-a-board-game/ Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game Review https://www.boardgamequest.com/detective-a-modern-crime-board-game-review/ Detective – First Thoughts Review – Board Meetings https://boardmeetings.co.uk/2018/07/11/detective-first-thoughts-review/ Live from Dice Tower Con 2018! Day 3 — The Secret Cabal https://youtu.be/FhXLiO_y3IM?t=8h7m59s First Impressions Scott Alden, CEO of BoardGameGeek https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=889&v=kL67t3C08gY MinasFreshCardboard https://www.instagram.com/p/Bh0Ep8UhNxS/ Who Dares Rolls https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=216&v=Cxq2N45Kw_8 Broken Meeple https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2263&v=caLGgn2KpzA Polyhedron Collider http://www.polyhedroncollider.com/2018/06/uk-games-expo-2018-detective-first.html BoardGame.co.uk

Boards Alive podcast talks about Detective (29:04 mark)

Episode 106 – Twilight Imperium 4th Edition In our one hundred and sixth episode, we talk about the games we’ve been playing recently and reflect on Forbidden Desert from 100 episodes ago. And we have our friends Robb from Metal, Meeples, and Beer and Bryant help us review the epic 4X space opera game Twilight Imperium 4th Edition.

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