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Thanks for sharing.

I purchased Spyfall 2 in October and like it quite a bit. Overall, I would recommend this game for most people. And at $12.99, I think this is an excellent price. This game has a 7.3 stars out of 10 stars rating, based on 616 BoardGameGeek.com ratings [boardgamegeek.com].

Pros include:


Very fun as a casual, social game.
Super easy for most people to learn.
Can play up to 12 people.
Generally short play time of 20 to 30 minutes.

I tier my board, card, and social games based on favorites, where Tier 1 are the ones I like most and Tier 5 are the ones I like least.

Two cons result in Spyfall 2 being a Tier 2 game to me:


People who have played this game significantly more times may have an advantage over those who are relatively new. It has decent replay value, but it would be difficult for the same group of friends to play this game over and over again for a long time. A good comparison is Taboo, in that once you've played it a lot of times, you may learn the best things to say and to avoid saying.
The manufacturer should have included a reference sheet for each individual player so everyone knows the available cards, which would make it easier for people to trick each other. Some players make photocopies of the single reference sheet provided; my friends and I take a photo of it and Chromecast it to our TVs so everyone can see it.

Description of game:


Spyfall is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion. Spyfall is played over several rounds, and at the start of each round all players receive cards showing the same location — except that one player receives a card that says "Spy" instead of the location. Players then start asking each other questions — "Why are you dressed so strangely?" or "When was the last time we got a payday?" or anything else you can come up with — trying to guess who among them is the spy. The spy doesn't know where he is, so he has to listen carefully. When it's his time to answer, he'd better create a good story!


I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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The following are my top two tiers. Of course, this is my personal preference, so I'm sure some people will disagree. Because I play board games with people of different board game experiences and I often play with people who are new to the games, I usually like more casual, social, easy-to-learn games. If the people I play with aren't having fun and are confused, chances are I won't be having fun, as well. People who are into complex board games will likely disagree with my preferences.

First Tier

Deception: Murder in Hong Kong
Jackboxx Games: Drawful 2
King of Tokyo
Lords of Waterdeep: A Dungeons & Dragons Board Game
Mafia
Not Alone
Salad Bowl
Ticket to Ride
Second Tier

Acquire
Charades
Codenames
Codenames: Pictures
Cranium
Dead of Winter
Dead of Winter: The Long Night
Deluxe Pit
Dominion
Epic Spell Wars of The Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre
For Sale
Hanabi
Ingenious
Jackbox Games: Drawful
Jackbox Games: Trivia Murder Party
Ricochet Robots
Room 25 Ultimate
Saboteur
Sheriff of Nottingham
Spyfall 2
Sushi Go Party!
Taboo
The Resistance
The Resistance: Avalon
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3-12 players the manufacturer claims, if anyone else was wondering.
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Thanks for sharing.

I purchased Spyfall 2 in October and like it quite a bit. Overall, I would recommend this game for most people. And at $12.99, I think this is an excellent price. This game has a 7.3 stars out of 10 stars rating, based on 616 BoardGameGeek.com ratings [boardgamegeek.com].

Pros include:
  • Very fun as a casual, social game.
  • Super easy for most people to learn.
  • Can play up to 12 people.
  • Generally short play time of 20 to 30 minutes.
I tier my board, card, and social games based on favorites, where Tier 1 are the ones I like most and Tier 5 are the ones I like least.

Two cons result in Spyfall 2 being a Tier 2 game to me:
  • People who have played this game significantly more times may have an advantage over those who are relatively new. It has decent replay value, but it would be difficult for the same group of friends to play this game over and over again for a long time. A good comparison is Taboo, in that once you've played it a lot of times, you may learn the best things to say and to avoid saying.
  • The manufacturer should have included a reference sheet for each individual player so everyone knows the available cards, which would make it easier for people to trick each other. Some players make photocopies of the single reference sheet provided; my friends and I take a photo of it and Chromecast it to our TVs so everyone can see it.
Description of game:
  • Spyfall is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion. Spyfall is played over several rounds, and at the start of each round all players receive cards showing the same location — except that one player receives a card that says "Spy" instead of the location. Players then start asking each other questions — "Why are you dressed so strangely?" or "When was the last time we got a payday?" or anything else you can come up with — trying to guess who among them is the spy. The spy doesn't know where he is, so he has to listen carefully. When it's his time to answer, he'd better create a good story!

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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Thanks for the summary TofuVic. Also your toilet paper rating saved me from months of bad TP!
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Thank OP
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Thanks for sharing.

I purchased Spyfall 2 in October and like it quite a bit. Overall, I would recommend this game for most people. And at $12.99, I think this is an excellent price. This game has a 7.3 stars out of 10 stars rating, based on 616 BoardGameGeek.com ratings [boardgamegeek.com].

Pros include:
  • Very fun as a casual, social game.
  • Super easy for most people to learn.
  • Can play up to 12 people.
  • Generally short play time of 20 to 30 minutes.
I tier my board, card, and social games based on favorites, where Tier 1 are the ones I like most and Tier 5 are the ones I like least.

Two cons result in Spyfall 2 being a Tier 2 game to me:
  • People who have played this game significantly more times may have an advantage over those who are relatively new. It has decent replay value, but it would be difficult for the same group of friends to play this game over and over again for a long time. A good comparison is Taboo, in that once you've played it a lot of times, you may learn the best things to say and to avoid saying.
  • The manufacturer should have included a reference sheet for each individual player so everyone knows the available cards, which would make it easier for people to trick each other. Some players make photocopies of the single reference sheet provided; my friends and I take a photo of it and Chromecast it to our TVs so everyone can see it.
Description of game:
  • Spyfall is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion. Spyfall is played over several rounds, and at the start of each round all players receive cards showing the same location — except that one player receives a card that says "Spy" instead of the location. Players then start asking each other questions — "Why are you dressed so strangely?" or "When was the last time we got a payday?" or anything else you can come up with — trying to guess who among them is the spy. The spy doesn't know where he is, so he has to listen carefully. When it's his time to answer, he'd better create a good story!

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
Curious to hear what your tier 1's are if you're willing to share.
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Curious to hear what your tier 1's are if you're willing to share.
The following are my top two tiers. Of course, this is my personal preference, so I'm sure some people will disagree. Because I play board games with people of different board game experiences and I often play with people who are new to the games, I usually like more casual, social, easy-to-learn games. If the people I play with aren't having fun and are confused, chances are I won't be having fun, as well. People who are into complex board games will likely disagree with my preferences.

First Tier
  • Deception: Murder in Hong Kong
  • Jackboxx Games: Drawful 2
  • King of Tokyo
  • Lords of Waterdeep: A Dungeons & Dragons Board Game
  • Mafia
  • Not Alone
  • Salad Bowl
  • Ticket to Ride
Second Tier
  • Acquire
  • Charades
  • Codenames
  • Codenames: Pictures
  • Cranium
  • Dead of Winter
  • Dead of Winter: The Long Night
  • Deluxe Pit
  • Dominion
  • Epic Spell Wars of The Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre
  • For Sale
  • Hanabi
  • Ingenious
  • Jackbox Games: Drawful
  • Jackbox Games: Trivia Murder Party
  • Ricochet Robots
  • Room 25 Ultimate
  • Saboteur
  • Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Spyfall 2
  • Sushi Go Party!
  • Taboo
  • The Resistance
  • The Resistance: Avalon
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The following are my top two tiers. Of course, this is my personal preference, so I'm sure some people will disagree. Because I play board games with people of different board game experiences and I often play with people who are new to the games, I usually like more casual, social, easy-to-learn games. If the people I play with aren't having fun and are confused, chances are I won't be having fun, as well. People who are into complex board games will likely disagree with my preferences.

First Tier
  • Deception: Murder in Hong Kong
  • Jackboxx Games: Drawful 2
  • King of Tokyo
  • Lords of Waterdeep: A Dungeons & Dragons Board Game
  • Mafia
  • Not Alone
  • Salad Bowl
  • Ticket to Ride
Second Tier
  • Acquire
  • Charades
  • Codenames
  • Codenames: Pictures
  • Cranium
  • Dead of Winter
  • Dead of Winter: The Long Night
  • Deluxe Pit
  • Dominion
  • Epic Spell Wars of The Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre
  • For Sale
  • Hanabi
  • Ingenious
  • Jackbox Games: Drawful
  • Jackbox Games: Trivia Murder Party
  • Ricochet Robots
  • Room 25 Ultimate
  • Saboteur
  • Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Spyfall 2
  • Sushi Go Party!
  • Taboo
  • The Resistance
  • The Resistance: Avalon
Tofu Vic
Just curious if you have a bgg profile. I would love to see what you think of other games!
Even though I am more of a strategy gamer, I do agree with you that certain games are more accessible to the average non-gamer and i enjoy it much more when all my friends are having fun!
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The following are my top two tiers. Of course, this is my personal preference, so I'm sure some people will disagree. Because I play board games with people of different board game experiences and I often play with people who are new to the games, I usually like more casual, social, easy-to-learn games. If the people I play with aren't having fun and are confused, chances are I won't be having fun, as well. People who are into complex board games will likely disagree with my preferences.

First Tier
  • Deception: Murder in Hong Kong
  • Jackboxx Games: Drawful 2
  • King of Tokyo
  • Lords of Waterdeep: A Dungeons & Dragons Board Game
  • Mafia
  • Not Alone
  • Salad Bowl
  • Ticket to Ride
Second Tier
  • Acquire
  • Charades
  • Codenames
  • Codenames: Pictures
  • Cranium
  • Dead of Winter
  • Dead of Winter: The Long Night
  • Deluxe Pit
  • Dominion
  • Epic Spell Wars of The Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre
  • For Sale
  • Hanabi
  • Ingenious
  • Jackbox Games: Drawful
  • Jackbox Games: Trivia Murder Party
  • Ricochet Robots
  • Room 25 Ultimate
  • Saboteur
  • Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Spyfall 2
  • Sushi Go Party!
  • Taboo
  • The Resistance
  • The Resistance: Avalon
Tofu Vic
Have you tried sonar? A game that I have been having a blast playing is Betrayal at House on the hill, Avalon Hill Betrayal at Baldur's Gate was fun too.

Ticket to Ride was fun the first few times then got boring from my experience, and codenames is probably the most fun for our groups. Love king of Tokyo, will have to try some of your other tier one games.

Machi Koro has been a lot of fun once everyone gains experienced and starts getting to the deeper layers of strategy.
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Showing as $16.99 for me, too.
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Just curious if you have a bgg profile. I would love to see what you think of other games!
Even though I am more of a strategy gamer, I do agree with you that certain games are more accessible to the average non-gamer and i enjoy it much more when all my friends are having fun!
I'm stuck in the odd split scenario. I enjoy playing a few short social games as either a break or to get the night rolling, but I get bored with them fairly quickly. A couple rounds of Werewolf, Dixit, or Coup can be a lot of fun. What I really enjoy though is more depth. Be it going old-school Axis & Allies style, Mage Knight, or Gloomhaven I want something thought provoking where my choices matter for more than 5 minutes. Sadly, out of our group the busiest people are the strategy gamers and the ones with always open schedules are the social gamers. Since my wife and I host the parties, I'm always obviously there but it usually ends up being 10+ social gamers, my wife who is sort of in between, and then myself as the lonely 'hardcore' gamer willing to put 3+ hours into a game during our 6-8 hour long gaming parties.The closest we come to actual strategy is hidden identity (Shadow Hunter/Citadel) and brawling (King of New York/Tokyo, Arena For the Gods).
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