Experience life as a spy — as you and your friends undertake real spy challenges, test your observation skills, and more.
SPYSCAPE is an immersive, social adventure. Learn about spying while you learn about yourself and your friends.
Joan Clarke was originally assigned to clerical work at Britain’s Bletchley Park during WWII.
But her mathematical skills catapulted her to the role of cryptologist — working alongside Alan Turing.
Immortalized by Keira Knightley in the 2014 film The Imitation Game, Clarke was one of the few female code-breakers during this time.
She didn’t just break codes. She broke glass ceilings.
Learn about the Pulitzer Prize winning reports by Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald that detailed the NSA surveillance programs.
Discover the story of Virginia Hall, an American spy who helped the Allies defeat Nazi Germany during World War II.
Hear the stories of British MI6 agents Janet and Ruari Chisholm, the spy couple that helped retrieve Soviet military secrets during the Cold War.
The SPYSCAPE collection includes rare artifacts that bring to life the stories of WWII codebreakers, Cold War spy pilots, and modern-day hackers — like Anonymous.
These masks are signed by infamous members of Anonymous — revealing the identities of these global (yet secretive) icons.
Can you lead the brightest?
Bridge the gap between intelligence and government.
Are you stealthy enough?
Gather intelligence under the cloak of darkness.
Will you protect your nation?
Thwart enemy spies as a specialist in counterintelligence.
Can you follow the action?
Follow and observe suspected enemies.
Can you crack codes?
Use your mathematical skills to make and break codes.
Are you smart enough?
Gain crucial insights from intelligence that can save the world.
Can you hack computers?
Break into enemy computers or protect your own from cyber attack.
Are you sharp enough?
Play a pivotal role in undercover operations, including setting up safe houses.
Have you got the nerve?
Gather intelligence and destroy targets in hostile environments.
Could you turn people?
‘Run’ the agents who provide vital secret intelligence.
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