|Mfg Recommended age||12 year and up|
|Item model number||E7856000|
|Product Dimensions||4.13 x 30.48 x 26.67 cm; 635.03 Grams|
RISK Office Politics Board Game Parody Adult Party Game
|Price:||+ S$13.10 Delivery|
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Work is an everyday battle. You're surrounded by micromanagers, lazy interns, and coworkers who hoard the office supplies. And to make things worse...someone ate the last donut in the break room. Take over the office with this parody of the classic gameplay of Risk. Move your Manager, Intern, and Donut pawns around the board as you sabotage co-workers, mobilize your workforce, and steal, swap, or lose office supplies. After all, what's a little backstabbing among colleagues as you climb that corporate ladder? Fill in real co-workers' names on some of the Drama cards. Did you spread a photo of a co-worker picking his nose? Maybe you left another nasty note in the break room, or told everyone it was someone else who clogged the toilet on Taco Tuesday. It's the ups and downs of office politics as you aim to move a Manager and an Intern into 4 out of 6 departments to gain control and win the game.
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First things first...instructions. The instructions are poorly written. I uploaded pictures of them so one can see for themselves what I’m talking about.
For gameplay we constantly had to reference the instructions. We expected the game to last a few hours. As a strategy game and a parody of risk I expected it to be fast paced.
Playing with only two players, if I did everything according to the poorly written instructions, I managed to win the game in 4 turns which took an hour and a half just to make it to.
Hasbro needs to go back and revamp the instructions.
Plus side to this is with how poorly the game was designed and the instructions written, it could disappear completely from store shelves. Twenty to thirty years down the road this might be a collectors item.