Watch out, James Bond, Jason Bourne and Austin Powers. There are some new spies in town and they’re operating out of a dark, suspenseful place called Spy Alley.
Named “Best Mind Game” by Mensa, Spy Alley will have you bluffing, deceiving and double-crossing your friends and family to earn the title of the world’s top spy.
The object of the game is simple: each player is a spy for their respective country and you have to use deductive reasoning to uncover your opponents’ identities. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep the suspense high and your neurons hopping from start to finish.
The IdeaUncover the hidden identity of other players while hiding your own.
The BrainsPlanning & decision-making are engaged when concealing your identity.
The A-HaPurchase more items than you need to throw opponents off your trail.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
They say the real James Bond himself had to play "Spy Alley" as part of his MI6 training.
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Classic Board Game With an Updated Twist
Clue+Monopoly= Spy Alley. SO MUCH FUN!
How To Play
To collect all spy items: password, disguise, code book, and key from the country indicated on your spy identification card. Then land on your country's embassy space without the other players learning your identity. How to Play: The winner is the first player to do this, or the last player remaining in the game after all other players have been eliminated.Download PDF Rules Of The Game