“Covert Affairs” Tweetcast Puts Twitter Users To the Test

USA Network is letting Twitter users engage and follow a “Tweetcast” for the television series Covert Affairs. Players can view photos, documents, and videos uncovered by CIA operatives working a mission in Budapest. The show’s character Auggie Andersen acts as a middle man between the players and the operatives in in Budapest. Though most of it is observing the story as it develops, there are some interactive elements to it as well. More after the break.

The Tweetcast started June 1st and will run until July 12th, setting the stage for that weeks episode of Covert Affairs. Luckily, USA Network has set up a website where you can catch up by watching mission recaps. Just go here to learn more about the campaign and to start playing.

Covert Affairs airs on USA Network Thursday nights at 9PM Est.

[Source: ARGN]

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