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If you’ve known Techdirt for a while, you’ll probably remember that almost exactly four years ago we launched our Kickstarter to CIA: Collect Everything. This was our version of an internal CIA training deck called “Collection Deck”, which was partially released in response to a FOIA request. The release included heavily redacted maps. We redesigned the maps to make them much nicer, then came up with our own scenarios and CIA methods to fill in the blanks where the redactions were.
The Kickstarter was quite successful, with over 4,000 people backing the project. Over the years since then, we have continued to sell the game in various places. We only have a few copies left of our original print, and we currently have no plans to print any more. the remaining copies are for sale on Amazon at a steep discount as we try to clear our last remaining copies. This might be your last chance to get a boxed copy of the game, so check it out! Already have one? Get a backup copy! Or buy one for a friend. The underlying game is public domain and other material is released under a Creative Commons license, so you can still download the files to print and play if you wish. However, having a professionally produced boxed version of the game is quite a different experience.
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