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Secrets Review with the Game Boy Geek



My review of this streamlined social deduction game designed by Eric Lang and Bruno Faidutti Published by Repos Production & Asmodee North America. Figure out who your teammates are (CIA, KGB) and try to score the most points as a team. Or be a lone Hippie and win by having the least amount of points.

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7 Comments
  1. REM 2 1 month ago
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    This was great, thanks, I been tryin to find out about "the game reviews book" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Diyamma Magnify Manukau – (search on google ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  2. Bruno Ferreira 1 month ago
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    love your end sax solos

  3. Douglas Painter 1 month ago
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    Playtested this with Eric, we loved it and immediately wanted to play again.

  4. DarthMessias 1 month ago
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    Sounds too complicated

  5. Steve F 1 month ago
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    Thanks Dan. Like another comment, I too, am not sure about this one. I'll keep my eyes and ears open. Secrets struck me that it has tastes of Mascarade and Seventh Hero both of which I like. Anyway, thanks again.

  6. Nerfenstein aka GirlyGamer 1 month ago
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    I've seen a few reviews of this title now and still not sure. So I guess it's probably a pass for me.

  7. Raccoon 1 month ago
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    The pros & cons text boxes are too small. I think it's okay to go with full width.

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