Fraud, the new card game of white-collar crime, combines strategy, fun, and satire to explore the seedy underworld of corporate corruption and scams. Featuring illustrations from renowned illustrator Rick Parker, the funny, timely game is launching on Kickstarter on March 26.
Easy to learn and played by 2-6 players or in teams, this party game is satirical and hilarious, and can be enjoyed by adults and kids 14+. If getting rich from tax fraud, bribery, and Ponzi schemes while fleeing the country during an investigation sounds like fun, players will love Fraud. After all, why should Wall Street executives and hedge funds managers be the only ones who can stash all their stolen assets offshore?
As a crooked CEO of a phony multi-national corporation, the mission is to collect and bank Asset and Liability Cards in their Offshore Account, play Fraud Cards to attack their opponents, use Defense Cards to fend off attacks and avoid collecting Indictments. Once a player receives their 2nd indictment, they must do the “Perp Walk” around the table while other players heckle them.
The player who first banks $150 million in Assets in their Offshore Account before receiving their 3rd indictment – wins the game. If they win multiple games and reach $500 million, they are a true Fraud Master and are ready to run an investment bank, hedge fund, large corporation, municipality, or even a country!
Players can even extend the game by playing to $200 million and 5 indictments, or can play Presidential Pardon – which is a trump card – that removes all your indictments.
Rick Parker, best known as the artist of MTV’s Beavis and Butt-Head Comic Book, is an internationally-known cartoonist and humor writer whose work has been featured in graphic novels, newspapers, magazines, television, on National Public Radio, and in millions of comic books worldwide. He worked on the staff at Marvel Comics for many years.
Fraud – The Game of White-Collar Crime will be launching on Kickstarter on March 26, 2019. Supporters will receive a discount off the retail price of $25.
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