Spy Club Announced For July

Genius board game creating boffins, Foxtrot Games, are back in the saddle this July with a new release that promises to put players into the trainers of some young detectives as they search to unravel mysteries most intriguing.

With much lauded previous releases such as, Lanterns, and The Fox in the Forest, Foxtrot are hoping newcomer, Spy Club, will be following in the footsteps of gaming greatness.

The game is all about those plucky, bicycle riding neighbourhood detectives we all played at some point during our hazy youth. Played as a cooperative game, players will work together to uncover clues and dig into the mystery, whilst always being on guard against the suspect interfering with the best laid plans.

New adventures and secrets can be unlocked to change the game every time you play. The game ships with an impressive 40 replayable modules, and even offers a way to play five games connected.

Inside the box.

* 1 suspect pawn

* 1 Escape Marker

* 18 Idea Tokens

* 4 Focus Tokens

* 8 Character Cards

* 54 Clue Cards

* 25 Movement Cards

* 4 Incoming Clue Place cards

* 1 Card Tray

* 1 Central Board

* 4 Player Boards

* 1 Rulebook

* Campaign-Only Components

* 1 Case Log Score pad

* 1 sheet of Blank Stickers

* 2 Campaign Decks

* 16 Mosaic Tokens

* 12 Completion Tokens

* 5 Player Tokens

* 9 tracker Tokens

* 1 Ring Token

* 1 Arrow Token

* 6 Disc Tokens

Spy Club is sneaking into view this July, and is currently available for pre-order here.

 

Spy Club

 Number of Players: 2-4

 For Ages: 10+

 Playing Time: 45 min

 Game Type: Cooperative strategy

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Neil Bason

Neil is a long in the tooth joystick twiddler, re-invigorated by the magic of board games. He spends his time in deepest Cornwall, writing, rolling dice, drafting cards, drinking coffee, and being endured by his family. It is a simple existence.

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Neil is a long in the tooth joystick twiddler, re-invigorated by the magic of board games. He spends his time in deepest Cornwall, writing, rolling dice, drafting cards, drinking coffee, and being endured by his family. It is a simple existence.

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