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Promoted 08-28-2016 by qwikwit at 08:40 PM View Original Post
Amazon has Codenames Board Game on sale for $14.39. Shipping is free with prime or on orders of $49+. Thanks dweezy

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Edited August 28, 2016 at 01:26 PM by TattyBear
Amazon has Codenames for $14.39 with free Prime shipping and one day delivery. Lowest price according to CCC. A great party game based on deduction and great for all ages too!

https://www.amazon.com/Czech-Game...B014Q1XX9S
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Quote from dweezy View Post :
Amazon has Codenames for $14.39 with free Prime shipping and one day delivery. Lowest price according to CCC. A great party game based on deduction and great for all ages too!

https://www.amazon.com/Czech-Game...B014Q1XX9S
As an alternative, minaturemarket has it for $13 although free shipping starts at $99. Coolstuffinc generally has similarly competitive prices.

PS Love the squirrel pic
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Fun group game.
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Great game! Highly recommend it! Great for large groups.
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just started playing this last week. its fun! get the adult version
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just started playing this last week. its fun! get the adult version
what's the adult version called?
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what's the adult version called?
Deep undercover
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Quote from RussellKris81 View Post :
Fun group game.
We liked it and played it with cousins but they never wanted more then 6 playing- do you play with more?
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Same price at Target, which also has the Deep Undercover version for $18 (while the 10% off is still active)
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We liked it and played it with cousins but they never wanted more then 6 playing- do you play with more?
I would say six is probably the most. In my experience, Any more, and you have people losing interest mid-game because it's hard to keep people cycling through the spy-master role (which is possibly the best part),and when there are three people squabbling over which cards to pick, it can get frustrating.

I'd say best at 4-6 players.
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Very interesting and rely on the IQ of the game, like.
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Quote from Konraden View Post :
I would say six is probably the most. In my experience, Any more, and you have people losing interest mid-game because it's hard to keep people cycling through the spy-master role (which is possibly the best part),and when there are three people squabbling over which cards to pick, it can get frustrating.

I'd say best at 4-6 players.
Yeah, I've played with just 5-6 players. I might try it with up to 10, though I think having too many people trying to agree might be a problem.

Also, we found that the faces of the spymasters could give away WAY too much. We didn't try it out, but ideally the spymasters would be sitting behind the guessers, all looking at the table from the same direction, so the guessers would never see the spymasters' faces.

It's a really cool game, and when I introduce it to new people, they're impressed.
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Also, we found that the faces of the spymasters could give away WAY too much.
The problem we have when my 7 year old plays is that she will just stare directly at the card she is trying to make you guess when she is spymaster. But with adults, we haven't had any issues with spymasters cheating with non-verbal clues.
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The problem we have when my 7 year old plays is that she will just stare directly at the card she is trying to make you guess when she is spymaster. But with adults, we haven't had any issues with spymasters cheating with non-verbal clues.
how about have the spymasters turn their backs until the players point at their choices?
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