| October 17, 2014 | No comment yet
In 1988, Milton Bradley published a complex mystery game that requires players to find out who their masked partner is, get a message from them, and complete a secret spy mission. You can play Inkognito on your iPad with three artificial intelligent computer players so you don’t have to try to round up a party for board game night.
Inkognito is a mystery game of deduction that features a large map of Venice with a variety of locations marked on the map. Players have six different four different game markers, as well as a passport, at their disposal. Your passport reveals who your character is, what your “build” is (your size, tall, medium, short), what your shape is, and what your code is. This information will help you and your partner find each other.
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