• Publisher: iNigma
  • Genre: Board
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 131.0 MB
  • Version: 1.3.1
  • Price: $3.99
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The famous board game now playable on the iPad!
Play the original 1988 Spiel des Jahres Beautiful Game Special Award winner in a great adaptation for iOS or enjoy the updated rules of the 2013 edition.

An elegant deduction game set in Venice, in a romantic age of spies.

As a secret agent you will have to collect clues, use your deduction skills to recognize your friends and confound your foes, and discover the secret mission that will give victory to your team.


Official Inkognito game with brand new artworks
Play the Classic rules or the Revised ones as you wish
Scrollable game board including zoom option with a brand new artwork
Solo play against 3 AI players
Detailed turn-by-turn in-game hints
Game Center Achievements
Comprehensive in-game manual
Brand new musical score, sound effects, graphics and animations


Questions or suggestions for improvements:
Mail to e-nigma@laludoteca.com
We are looking forward to your feedback!
For more information visit us on www.facebook.com/inkognitoapp
02-28-2014, 08:53 PM
02-28-2014, 09:02 PM
Well, I got the thing. Yes, having never played it is kinda confusing but, of course, I haven't read all the rules. BUT, I do think the rules are fine and the hints are helpful. No tutorial sucks but it is beginning to make sense with just a purusal of the rules. The game is slick, very well done, and I think as soon as I understand all the little nuances there's a fun game to be had. I think the in-game rules would be better in understanding the iPad game rather than the PDF. Tomorrow I'll spend more time in the rule book but, again, looks like a great little game!

Last edited by Mack the Knife; 02-28-2014 at 10:45 PM.

03-02-2014, 02:44 AM
Game Impressions

My quick review and gameplay vid of Inkognito
03-02-2014, 10:08 AM
cool, thanks bgkoh!
03-02-2014, 10:21 AM
No problem
Feel free to share the video!

Originally Posted by Mack the Knife View Post
cool, thanks bgkoh!
03-02-2014, 12:58 PM
thanks again but one thing you didn't show was on the deductions "score card" display (top right pullout) it shows the responses you got when you asked the AI, but if you click on the colored ball at the top (yours was green) it will show the responses you gave the AI when they asked you.

anyway, i have to play it a more before the deduction logic i'm supposed to use becomes more clear but hey!, i don't often pick up a board game and become an expert right off, i gotta play it a while before things click.

i think the trick of the game is to talk to the ambassador as much as you can and to try and keep him away from other players.

Last edited by Mack the Knife; 03-02-2014 at 01:05 PM.
03-02-2014, 03:07 PM
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I'm finally getting the hang of this. I've found and exchanged secret codes successfully three times. Of those, I still lost twice. I finally completed the mission successfully the last time. The in game rules are horrible, IMO. However, if you're willing to read the actual rule book and watch a video or two, the game is quite good, and the AI seems more than competent.

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03-14-2014, 09:33 AM
I understand HOW the game plays and what I am SUPPOSED to do, but the deduction logic is pretty much escaping me. Any hints or tips on how to figure out who is who in this game?

Also, is it crucial to figure out which body type each player is? If so, why?

I really want to enjoy this, but the first time I played, I won without even knowing what was going on, lol. I know that once I grasp the logic of the deduction aspect, this will be a really fun game for me.

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