What do I need to get started?
Once you have registered and logged in, you’ll see your Agency is equipped with one Intel Storage Module. This is where you will store Intel points you earn playing the Training Games.
In AGENCY HQ click on Messages to find your invitation to become Agent Gonzales’ Ally. Accept his invitation and then click on Agents to find him in your list of Allies and Friends. Once you’ve added him to your Agency you’ll have taken the first step toward building your network and be able to travel the Alliance network.
Click Inventory to design your Avatar’s Appearance. Be sure to Save your Avatar before you close your Profile.
Play the Training Games to earn Spy Cash and Intel points. This will allow you to build your Agency by purchasing Spy Gear, Security Modules and more.
1. I can’t remember my Codename or password!
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2. How do I invite friends to join the game?
It’s really easy. Just go to the Messages area in AGENCY HQ. At the bottom is a pre-written invitation – just need to fill in the email address of your friend and click send. The Spy Alliance will send them an invitation. It will contain your codename so they’ll know how to find you in the game. Check out this video and see how.
3. How do I find friends?
All your friends will have Spy Alliance codenames just like you do. If they haven’t told you their codename and you know they’re playing, contact them (via email, text, Facebook, etc.) to ask what their name is.
Once you know your friend’s codename, go to AGENCY HQ and select All Agents. In the Search area, type their codename and they’ll be found.
4. What are Modules?
Modules are the objects that you can place in your Agency. There are Intel Storage Modules, Security Modules and Mini Game Modules. The Intel Storage Modules are where you must place your Intel if you want it to count in your score. The Security Modules secure the Intel Storage Modules.They can also be used to protect yourself from any other foreign Agents in your Agency.The Mini Game Modules also work like security.A cool bonus is playing the Mini Game Modules – they reward you with more points and Spy Cash than the Training Games do.
5. How do I move Modules in my Agency?
Click on the Module you want to move and a window will appear with several options. Click Move and all the empty spots available in your Agency will be highlighted. Just click the spot you want the module to go to. (Depending on the spot’s location, you may have to close the window in front first.)
6. How do I ask a friend to be an Ally?
It’s super easy. Invite someone to ally with you by going into Agency HQ and selecting All Agents. Use the search to find them and click Add Ally. A message will be sent to them that they’ll get next time they login. They will need to accept your invitation to make the connection.
7. How do I add an Ally to my Agency?
After you have become another player’s Ally, you’ll find them in your Friends and Allies area of AGENCY HQ. There will be a button asking you to Add Portal To Agency. Click if you want to add them in your Agency.
When you go to your Agency you’ll see their Avatar. You can move them to where you want.
8. What do I do with the points on the black disc in the left corner?
This is Temporary Intel Storage. For it to count to your score, you must drag the disk to one of your Intel Storage Modules. If you don’t move your Intel points before you leave the game, you’ll lose them. Check out this video and see how.
9. How does the Inventory work?
Everything in the Inventory is available for purchase. Although some items are free most cost Spy Cash which can be earned by playing Training Games. Inventory holds: Appearance items for your avatar; Modules – Security, Intel Storage, and Mini Games; and Spy Gear.
Browse the store to decide what to purchase. Once you’ve selected, click Buy. The item will immediately be transferred to the inventory area. Whenever you’re ready to use items you’ve purchased, click the inventory button (next to the store button) inside Inventory and you’ll see everything you’ve bought. Add to your Agency or equip your Avatar as you want.
10. What’s Spy Gear good for?
All Spy Gear is rated according to the values displayed on your profile below your Avatar: Intel Gathering, Stealth, Transport, Infiltration, Electronics and Surveillance.. It’s the crucial gear you’ll need to infiltrate Security Modules, raid Intel Storage Modules and basically show your stuff.
11. Where can I get Spy Gear?
Check it out – it’s in your Inventory which you get to from the upper navigation bar!
12. How does Security work?
Security Modules are rated according to the values displayed on your profile below your Avatar: Intel Gathering, Stealth, Transport, Infiltration, Electronics and Surveillance.. Your ability to infiltrate enemy Security Modules is based on the combined power of your Spy Gear.
13. What’s this thing about traveling to Agencies?
The cool thing about building a network of Allies (your friends who you add to your Agency) is that you can click on any one of them and have the option of traveling to their Agency. There you’ll find things like Mini Games you can play for Spy Cash, or other agents you aren’t connected to. You can click on those agents to travel to their agencies. Now you’re in an agency that’s outside your immediate circle. There may be enemy agents there, there may be players with high Intel Storage that you could covertly acquire (that is, raid!). But until you establish at least one ally within your Agency, you can’t travel.
14. Can I send friends messages from in the game?
No you can not. However there is a Meebo bar at the bottom of the page, and with this you can communicate to friends via the varous social networks you may already be a member of.
15. What is “Collect Shared Intel”?
Once you have Allies and have placed them in your Agency, you are able to collect an amount of Shared Intel from them each and every day bsimply by clicking on their Avatars and clicking Collect Shared Intel on their profile. You’ll receive a percentage of whatever Intel they have stored in their agency. Just be sure to store it once you’ve collected it, or it won’t count in your overall score.
16. How do I know what my overall score is?
Go to AGENCY HQ and select All Agents. There you’ll find a list of all the agents in the agency, ranked from top to bottom. Look for your codename in the list, and see how you’re ranked.
17. How do I know if an Agent is a friend of mine?
You need to ask them when you see them. Or get in touch with your friends to get their Spy Alliance codenames.