Detective: City of Angels
This is a detective game.
|Publisher||Van Ryder Games, La Boîte de Jeu, Game Harbor, Pegasus Spiele|
|# of Players||1 - 5|
|User Suggested # of Players|| Best with 5 players|
Recommended with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 players
|Mfg Suggested Ages||14 and up|
|User Suggested Ages||14 and up|
|Language Dependence||Extensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable|
|Mechanic||Action Points, Area Movement, Cooperative Game, Team-Based Game, Traitor Game|
|Expansion||Detective: City of Angels – Bullets over Hollywood, Detective: City of Angels – Cloak & Daggered, Detective: City of Angels – Gen Con 2019 Promo Cards, Detective: City of Angels – Secret Cabal Promo Cards, Detective: City of Angels – Smoke and Mirrors, Enquêtes à Los Angeles: Nouveaux Crimes|
|Family||Cities: Los Angeles (California, USA), Components: Map (City Scale), Crowdfunding: Kickstarter, Game: Detective – City of Angels (Van Ryder Games), Misc: Forteller Audio Narration, Misc: Limited Replayability, Misc: LongPack Games, Players: Games with Solitaire Rules, Players: One versus Many, Theme: Police|
|Primary Name||Detective: City of Angels|
|Alternate Names||City of Angels, Enquêtes à Los Angeles, 罪案疑云：天使之城|
This is a detective game.
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