Codemakers and codebreakers.
Make codes, break codes. Repeat.
"I love the concept. It is very satisfying to slide the cards into the decoder area to reveal your key words. It reminds me of Codenames but a lot better."
"I like games that let us work in teams of two, and this one works best if you and your partner know each other well. I also like that you are trying to simultaneously figure out both your own words and your opponents’ words."
"This was a surprise hit. The goal is to give one-word clues to a teammate to help them identify words, while opposing teams try to use the same clues to break the code. Good pacing and high replay potential. It takes some time to get the order of play down, but once you fall into a rhythm, it’s very fun. When we played adults versus kids, the kids won, completely on the merits of their codemaking and codebreaking."