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A little too intense to make the game fun or very social--I dislike social games where the spotlight is on one person at a time. Clever, but the play experience leaves me wanting. The absence of player aids for the spy is also disappointing.
Hugely group dependent. If played with the right type group this game shines. Requires open minded, creative people. Easy for this game to fall flat with the wrong people. I've seen people laughing so hard they cry and on the opposite end I've seen people look like a deer in headlights trying to answer or propose a question.
Spyfall is a very simple game in which a player has to guess/deduce in what location are the rest of the players. They do so by scrapping information from the questions and answers that the players ask one another. At the same time, players have to identify who among them is the spy. It can be fun for a few rounds, but until players have explored the game for a time and know all the locations, the game can be a bit cumbersome as players ask for the rulebook to look at the collage of locations.
Interesting idea for a game, but it does not work as a party game. In order to play, you need to know the locations well which means that it is hard to pick up and play at a party.
The theme of Spyfall makes literally no sense, but that's supposedly part of the fun. In reality, this obtuse concept creates surprisingly awkward situations, which conflicts with its party-game audience. Granted if watching your friends struggle to ask thoughtful questions, and provide strange answers, then you might like Spyfall, but its novelty never clicked with me.