The CIA may seem like an incredibly straight-laced organization, but the recent release of two CIA board games shows a more entertaining side to the organization. To clarify, these board games are not CIA-themed or inspired, but rather actual games developed by the CIA. Designed by CIA Senior Collection Analyst David Clopper, these complex games are often used to test employees and were recently made public thanks to a Freedom of Information request.
The two CIA board games released currently include the titles Collection Deck and Kingpin: The Hunt for El Chapo. While the files for each game were released, the files offered were quite basic and not in a easily playable state. Thankfully, Two Bats Gaming has been able to download the necessary paperwork -- rules, board design, card graphics, etc -- and is currently trying to recreate the CIA board games.
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