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Fall 2013 Brings Archer Board Game from Cryptozoic

ArcherICv2 is indicating the FX network and Cryptozoic Entertainment will be teaming up to create a board game based on the popular Archer animated series and it should be available this fall. For those who haven’t caught the series either on FX or Netflix, the darkly comic cartoon is set in the world of international espionage but one in which fast and loose with our preconceived notions of what goes on in the spycraft. No official announcement from Cryptozoic as of yet but once they reveal a press release with more info about the game well be sure to bring it too you!

From ICv2:

Cryptzoic Entertainment is teaming with the FX network to create a board game based on the network’s popular animated spy comedy Archer.  The release of the game based on the cult hit dark comedy is tentatively scheduled for the fall of 2013. 
Created by Adam Reed, the Archer series premiered on the FX network in January of 2010.  The fourth season of Archer, which, although it is a cartoon, carries an adult “TV-MA-LSV” rating, debuted on January 17th.  Reed once described the show as “James Bond meets Arrested Development” and the Archer voice cast contains many veterans from AD (Jessica Walter, Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross, and Judy Greer).
The fast-paced, easy to learn Archer Board Game takes its elements directly from the quirky TV series so that players will be able to experience everything they love about the infamous intelligence organization ISIS at the heart of the Archer series including the organization’s spy “tradecraft,” interagency rivalry, and most importantly, how to sabotage your co-workers’ missions.
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