Detective – Case 6 announcement

Would you like to play a special convention Case no. 6, previously available only for those, who pre-ordered the game? Well, you are not the only one. In fact we have heard from a lot of you that you are interested in playing Case 6. Due to your requests, we have great news for you! We decided to print and release Case 6 in the form of a deck of cards (including introduction sheet) and make it available in our Portal Games Online Shop!

You will be able to buy it in the form of a mini-expansion, to which you will need Detective base game. Case 6 is a great way to familiarize yourself with the rules of the game and fully prepare yourself for the demanding campaign from the box. But it is also a perfect scenario for a one-off game session. It is a bit shorter and simpler than the other missions, thus we also recommend playing it with friends who are not convinced to devote more than 15 hours to the entire campaign.

Case 6 mini-expansion will be ready and released around October and November 2018. Stay tuned for more details!

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.

In this challenging, story-driven game for 1-5 players, you will play as group of Antares National Investigation Agency members. You are going to tackle five different cases and solve them in order. Each of them affecting the next. Together they will form a campaign that will put your skills to the test.

If you are looking for a modern detective simulator, this is the game for you.

For more details about the game, please visit the official site, find more news about the game here, or visit the BGG forums, where most frequent questions abut the game were answered.


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