Discover new strategy game, SPECTRE: The Board Game created by Modiphius Entertainment, designed by the award-winning Kaedama team.
Do you have what it takes to become Number 1 of the Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion? To prevent 007 from foiling your plans as you battle for control of Intel, Secret Plans, and, of course, gold? In SPECTRE: The Board Game, players choose an iconic film villain and compete with each other to become SPECTRE’s Number 1.
Are you simply in the game to acquire gold bullion, or are your aspirations more philosophical, safe in the knowledge that the world would be better off with you running it? Each villain has their own plot inspired by films such as Dr. No (1962) and Diamonds Are Forever (1971), driving them along the path to becoming SPECTRE’s Number One. No matter how hard you try, 007 is always there, waiting to disrupt your plans and reveal your secrets.
If you haven’t met the villainous Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Rosa Klebb, and Raoul Silva before, the game will guide you through their exquisite evil expertise and how to employ them against 007. So grab your Persian cat, call your favorite henchman as you prepare your newest monologue — it’s time to get down to business and start building that moon base and world-destroying megalaser!
Details. Against a backdrop of iconic film weapons, locations, and characters, up to 4 players will develop nefarious plots and become 007’s biggest threat. Assemble devices, spy on opponents and blackmail your rivals to build up your own criminal empire, then strategically deploy your agents around the globe to infiltrate key installations. This is a game of strategy and ruthless cunning, just like the real SPECTRE organisation.
SPECTRE: The Board Game is designed for 2-4 players, ages 10 and above. The game is designed by Kaedama, a team of award-winning French game designers consisting of Antoine Bauza, Corentin Lebrat, Ludovic Maublanc, Théo Rivière and the Modiphius design team consisting of Rob Harris, Stefano Guerriero, Javier Angeriz-Caburrasi and Juan Echenique.