CIA: Collect It All Is Now 25% Off, And The Print-And-Play Version Is Free!

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Get 25% off your copy of CIA: Collect It All
with the code HOLIDAY2019 »

CIA: Collect It All on Kickstarter

It's been over a year and a half since we launched our successful Kickstarter campaign for CIA: Collect It All, our recreation of a real declassified card game that the CIA used to train analysts. Today, we're launching our first big sale: you can get a copy of the game for 25% off by using the discount code HOLIDAY2019 on our purchase page.

If you want one as a gift, there's still time to get a copy before Christmas: the deadline in the US is December 9th for standard shipping and December 17th for express shipping. For other regions, the standard shipping deadlines are December 11th (Canada), December 12th (UK and Australia), and December 9th (Europe), while the express shipping deadline is December 17th in all regions except Europe, where it is December 13th.

But that's not all — we're also officially making the print-and-play version of the game available for free! You can download PDFs of the full card decks and the rulebook, formatted for easy home printing, and you'll be collecting global intelligence in no time. Get your copy on itch.io.

Get 25% off your copy of CIA: Collect It All
with the code HOLIDAY2019 »

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    Leigh Beadon (profile), 3 Dec 2019 @ 2:02pm

    If you already grabbed the print-and-play version, you may have gotten incomplete files! This has now been fixed, so please re-download the files from https://copia.itch.io/cia

    Apologies for the error!

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    Anonymous Coward, 3 Dec 2019 @ 9:19pm

    The best part of the CIA game? Looking back at the comment threads to see average_joe/antidirt demanding for a free copy and throwing a tantrum, outing himself as a fucking freetard.

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    KC, 8 Dec 2020 @ 3:27pm

    Multiple copies

    I just received my latest purchase of this game. Yes, I have the download set from when the Kickstarter* was live. But I now have three of the print version. Why three? Easy, we love the game so much I am giving away a copy to family.

    I really enjoy being a moderator and watching/teaching my son and his friends the basics of gathering various types of information. I find this interesting as back during WWII my great grandfather was an analyst for the CIA. I often wonder what he would think about the modern technology we use.

    To any end, get the game and have tons of fun.

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