The final community donation goal on the Animal Welfare Charity Streamathon was labeled “CENSORED VIDEO” which, cheekily, turned out to be quite literal. Presenting , wherein we demonstrate what the human mind can be made to do with a few simple audio effects.
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What is SpyParty?
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 big charity streamathon is close (two days: Saturday, May 8th!), so here’s a quick rundown of the planned schedule, as well as the specific charities donations will be going to (with reasoning for each). We’ll also be personally matching every dollar. Please do stop in, either to help support a great cause or just to hang around, chat, and amplify the fun. All happening at twitch.tv/spypartyfans. UPDATE: the entire 10.5 hour stream is now available on Twitch!
In one month (Saturday, May 8th), we’ll be hosting a SpyParty Charity Streamathon to benefit animal welfare! It’ll start at 1:00 PM ET and probably go all day.
More still image tsumego puzzles (click here for a brief explanation of the term “tsumego.”), this time created by Kmars133. Per usual, it is possible to identify the spy in each of these images, sometimes through very subtle details. Enjoy!
Almost exactly a year ago, abearRAWR graced us with a set of still image tsumego puzzles. Now, 373 days later, he’s given us a half dozen more.
You should be able to spot the spy in each of these images, though the giveaway may be extremely subtle and/or involve detailed game knowledge. Good luck! Oh, and click here for a brief explanation of the term “tsumego.”