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About this game

On the 50th Anniversary of the EU Customs Union, the Malta Customs Administration proudly presents ‘Nothing to Declare’ video game to help you understand and appreciate the daily work carried out by the EU Customs Administrations to promote the legitimate trade while protecting EU citizens.

The game takes place in 3 locations, the Airport, Freeport and in the Post Sorting Facility. You play as a new recruit in the Customs team mentored by Reggie, your boss.

Shared international intelligence will help you identify and interrogate suspicious inbound passengers. Your job is to stop and interrogate passengers whose appearance match those mentioned in the daily intel report, exiting the airport from the wrong doors, carrying pets or who act suspicious during interrogation. Take your time with each passenger, there is no room for mistakes!

Work at the Freeport never ends. A continuous stream of trucks flow through the state of art fixed deep X-Ray head. Time is of the essence so make sure to compare the bill of lading document details like container identifiers, supplier names and the list of declared goods with the items you see in the container. You’ll be surprised with what some shippers have in store for you!

An ever-increasing number of packets are shipped to the island every year. Sniffer dogs to the rescue. You have to inspect all suspicious packages - those singled out by the sniffer dogs, coming from outside of the EU or with a particularly low declaration value.

Don’t worry if this feels too overwhelming, Reggie and European wide intelligence will help you along the way.
Updated on
Jun 16, 2020

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3.4
639 reviews
Kenneth Hoang
October 3, 2020
Interesting game. I honestly thought this was one of those poor budget game I will be giving a 1 star. There are a bunch of problems though. I think the devs are racist because a camera could be $1 or $1 million(day 7)(only 1 wrong because of racism). Also, when scaning its so confusing on whats what. Finally, when pressing the advanced scaning option, sometimes it doesn't compute. This game has a lot of potential so I hope the devs will continue to make the game better.
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Flying Squirrel Games Malta Ltd.
October 5, 2020
Hey Kenneth, thanks for your comment. The intent of the game is most definitely not racist so if you encountered anything that feels that way, please do let us know at info@flyingsquirrelinteractive.com.
A Google user
August 17, 2019
its a good game but I can't pass level 5 because I keep getting more than 3 mistakes. it is very hard to tell what is in a luggage when u scan it and some things I don't even understand what they are. also it says nothing out the ordinary when there was something like extra cash visible. I found this very unfair and even my sister had trouble playing this because of the vocabulary used. last, the time limit is very short to complete many people in if I could give 0 I would.
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A Google user
June 7, 2019
when I flag someone and start interrogating them the bubble gets stuck and I can't click anything anymore making me restart the entire level the day I keep getting stuck at was day 5 using English language. after restarting the game a couple of times issue has been fixed
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Flying Squirrel Games Malta Ltd.
June 7, 2019
Thanks for the quick response - glad the problem is now resolved. Enjoy!

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