This one is free to download! It's not very political. In this cooperative game you win or lose as a group. You are trying to survive challenging circumstances including natural disasters relevant to your area. You have determined to pool resources, benefit from each other’s strengths, and have safety in numbers to defend provisions. The game helps you think thru realistic scenarios regarding what you would need currently for emergency preparedness.
This is a roll-and-move game prompting dialog about topics located around a gameboard based on the Nolan chart and the political compass. In this role-playing game, you take on one of six political stances. It's about wining thru persuasive arguments.
This game prompts dialog about the same topics as in the game domiNation, located around a gameboard based on the Nolan chart and the political compass. In this role-playing game, you are responsible to create policy for the whole population while taking care to meet the needs of your party supporters especially. It's about persuasive arguments and developing policies based on compromise.
In this role-playing game, players act as elected officials in a multi-party council with proportional representation, negotiating new policy thru persuasive win-win proposals. Staged as a press conference and victory party, participants are assigned external roles such senatorial candidates, journalist, police, bouncer, and aide. Candidates are given talking points to answer questions, as they try to avoid allegations. Throw into that mix a few assigned secret identities, and a near infinite number of backroom negotiations could emerge. The game helps you to practice ranked choice voting if you choose to. You could have candidates dress in their colors and follow improv comedy rules to throw a political role-playing PARTY!
When we just can’t get along (and don’t want to either). This game is based on jokes and comedy clips about parties and subcultures. You lose when you can't admit the joke's on you.
Can’t we just blow it up and start over? This game is currently under development. It helps players consider the differing utopian ideals of various segments of society.
An exam???!...but I thought we were just playing. This guessing game is designed to familiarize players with the key tenets of the four main U.S. parties (listed in order of size): Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, and Green. Anyone can learn from this game, but especially those who are apolitical. It can be played like Jeopardy or as a simple learning exercise.
This game utilizes a format of Mad Libs with some mechanics of Cards Against Humanity. You win if you have the best words, but everyone gets to enjoy the super-truth humor that can emerge.