SpyParty is a spy game about human behavior, performance, perception, and deception. While most espionage games have you spend your time shooting stuff, blowing stuff up, and driving fast, SpyParty has you hide in plain sight, deceive your opponent, and detect subtle behavioral tells to achieve your objectives.
Unlike the suave and confident spies you might find in films or books, most spies in spy games are more like super powered commandos--more Rambo than James Bond. By contrast, SpyParty is a new and quite different game about the more interesting and deeper aspects of being a spy.
The second Winter Cup is complete. Months ago, actually, but for posterity: the champion was Pofke, who defeated Ryooo in a dramatic match that ended with the same score as last year’s Winter Cup final: 10-8. Here’s how the tournament unfolded after the Group Stages: Continue reading →
For the fourth consecutive year, SpyParty fans attending PAX West in Seattle were gifted a custom-designed shirt commemorating the assembly. This year, the theme was the same as the game’s new trio of venues: occlusion. Behold, the Sharkji:
When Teien was released last year we were told it was the first of three venues exploring various forms of occlusion. The second, of course, was Aquarium. And we now have our first look at the third. It’s called Redwoods. Continue reading →
You should know who the spy is and why the spy is the spy.
Hints vary in quality and how much they reveal, but are mostly meant to help. Gender reveals the gender of the spy, so it should be about a 50% cut in possible suspects each time (casts were selected randomly).