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Spy Code has an entire line of tabletop board games that are heavily influenced by basic spy skills that you may have seen in the movies. They are the perfect line of games for the entire family especially if your family loves to solve puzzles. It’s truly a match for wits when it comes to memory, spy skills, and just a little bit of luck!
The game includes a safe stuffed with treasures that you have to crack the number code on to access what’s inside. Players are working to collect five golden coins or two diamond coins before anyone else in order to win. Each turn you pick a card and input the safe combination to see if it’s a match. A match opens the case and drops some coins, while an incorrect number indicates you need to use your spy gear to listen for a clue about the correct combination. There is no hypothetical safe breaking in this game, which makes it great! Everything is hands on and a real life problem to solve making your successes, setbacks, and wins even more satisfying.
The rounds are designed for a different outcome each game to keep the experience from getting stale. Players must use some math and luck to conquer this game. A surprise element is the possibility of police coins falling out of the safe. Police coins “alert” the police to your heist and you must return all your coins to the safe. Uh-oh! Even if you think you’re winning, a few chance police coins could put you in last place.
Average play time for Safe Breaker is 30-40 minutes and it’s designed for two to four players ages six and up. If you think you’re great at problem solving and love a little competition then Safe Breaker Board Game is for you!