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MSRP: $19.99Age Range: 6 to 12Launch Date: September 2008Gender: Boys And Girls
This action-packed, hidden-identity game is geared to please the younger crowd. Assuming the identity of one of six spies, each player uses the die and moves cards to move around the gameboard. If a player lands on the same colored space as his/her opponent, he/she may take a guess of the opponents identity. If the guess is correct, the opponent is out of the game. The winner is the last player remaining. The game "focuses on bluffing and guessing," Bill Stephenson, president of Spy Alley Partners, told TDmonthly. Launch date: September 1, 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20577 (added 9/19/2008)
MSRP: $29.99Age Range: 8 and upSKU or Item #: S-7Launch Date: March 2006Gender: Boys And Girls
In this fast-action game, two to six players are all "simply suspects" due to the evidence left behind from a crime. Each suspect has the opportunity to tamper with the evidence so that it points to other suspects, and if the evidence points to a player when he meets the Grand Jury, he is eliminated from the game. Players must try to hide their own identity so that other players don’t eliminate them. Playing time is about 15 to 30 minutes. “The social interaction of the hidden identity theme works extremely well,” President Bill Stephenson of Spy Alley Partners told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12087 (added 3/27/2007)
This fast-paced card game prompts players to grab one of seven cubes that keep them from being “It,” based on commands on each card. Players aim to take the cube that is opposite of the card before their opponents do. The wooden cubes are numbered in Spanish, German, French and English, and with die symbols and numerical digits.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11708 (added 2/28/2007)
Deceptively simple and surprisingly intense, Spy Alley keeps players on the edge of their seats. Players become a spy for their given country and try to uncover their opponents’ identity while keeping their own identity a secret. Players use deductive reasoning to expose other spies while attempting to complete their mission by obtaining the necessary codebooks, disguises, keys and passwords.
— Dan Leighter, manager of Totally Toys in Orlando, Fla., has nothing but praise for Spy Alley: “Parents come in all the time saying they’re hooked as well as their kids. They want to share it, so they do a lot of birthday gift buying with it.”
— It sold out at three different online sites.
— It has won multiple awards including those from Mensa, Family Life Magazine, Games Magazine and Parents' Choice.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4608 (added 9/14/2005)