Spy Games?

CIA Invests in Games on 1UP has word that the cloak-and-dagger gang is getting into gaming through an investment in Destineer Studios (Close Combat: First to Fight) through a company called In-Q-Tel, "a private venture group funded by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)." The deal is apparently to develop training aids, and word is:
Estimates on the amount of tax payer money being invested in the Destineer project are unknown. USA Today reports In-Q-Tell was formed in 1999 and receives $40 million to $45 million annually from the CIA. A typical investment for the company reportedly ranges from $1 million to as much as $3 million.
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Stop stealing my tax $ Jun 17, 2005, 23:57
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I think I'll make a game for the CIA. It will be a tactical RPG using the Unreal 3 engine, sort of like Jagged Alliance, based around the CIA's funding of Bin Laden and Islamic terrorism during the 1980s. Think they'd be interested in a product like this?

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