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The Clock Is Ticking: Get Your Copy Of CIA: Collect It All On Kickstarter!

from the tick-tock dept

Last month, we launched our Kickstarter campaign to turn a formerly-top-secret CIA training game into something you can play at home. We hit our goal much sooner than we expected, and now we're less than two weeks away from the close of the campaign — so if you want to get your hands on a copy, hurry up and become a backer!

CIA: Collect It All comes with over 150 high-quality playing cards in a premium box, and is also available in a digital print-and-play version. The game pits you and your friends against each other in a race to solve as many global crises as you can by leveraging clever combinations of the many varied and creative techniques used by real intelligence agencies, from satellite imagery to hacking to good old fashioned espionage.

CIA: Collect It All on Kickstarter

We recently added international shipping options for 170 countries, but we still have no plans to continue producing the game after sending it out to our backers, so this might be your only chance! If you don't want to miss out, head on over to our Kickstarter campaign and secure your print-and-play or physical copy by backing us as a Digital Analyst or a Field Agent.

The campaign ends at midnight (pacific time) on Tuesday, May 22nd! Stay tuned over the next week and a half as we bring you more information here on Techdirt, or become a backer and get the inside scoop from our Kickstarter updates. And thanks to everyone who has already helped us make CIA: Collect It All a success!


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    Anonymous Coward, 12 May 2018 @ 10:37pm

    Where's my free copy, Masnick? And a sandwich?

    Fuck this pirate apologist cesspool.

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    Anonymous Coward, 13 May 2018 @ 1:47pm

    He/she is too dense to do the legwork to obtain it for himself/herself...for "free"

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    tom (profile), 14 May 2018 @ 9:02am

    Backed it. Easier then going through the trouble of buying decent card stock, printing and cutting.

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      That One Guy (profile), 14 May 2018 @ 10:28am

      Re:

      Wait a tic, you mean it's possible to make money off of something despite it being freely available, thanks to someone adding value to the free part(in this case by saving you the trouble of constructing them yourself)?

      You are blowing my mind here man, who could have ever thought you could make money off of something that people could get for free? That you can in fact compete with free?

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