A carnival of spies in Venice
The EOG rips the shrink wrap off the new edition of Inkognito from Ares Games.
A box arrived at the new headquarters of the EOG the other day, a box protecting a new game from Ares Games. It’s a game on whose graphic design I worked for many, many hours earlier this year. Yes, Inkognito had finally arrived! Allow me to share with you the joy of first examining the contents of this exquisite new edition of the popular light deduction game, first released in 1998 and known for its spectacular ‘Phantom of Prophecy’ randomiser. Luckily for us all, Ares Games haven’t cut any corners in bringing this game to fans old and new. Working with them is always a pleasure (my last project with them was Aztlán) and they are dedicated to quality. That’s a position I’m always in agreement with.
But enough of my barely coherent rambling, watch the video! Who knows what secrets you will discover in the dark, mysterious streets of Venice …?