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The Crisis Game to Hit Icelandic Stores

Icelandic casual game developer Gogogic is developing a new board game, “The Crisis Game,” which is predicted to become this year’s hottest Christmas present. People can help developing the game by proposing texts for drawing cards.

Until midnight November 30, people can submit their suggestions by following this link. When players land on specific squares on the board they draw one card to find out what to do next. A number of people have submitted their suggestions, which include:

“A former ‘outvasion Viking’ buys all hair salons in the country only to close them down. You could experience some haircut difficulties and have to move back two squares.”

“You child benefits will be paid on a monthly basis to help you make ends meet, but unfortunately they don’t cover the postal rate and will thus be abolished.”

“Your younger cousin who performed so poorly at school suddenly earns your double salary—as a taxi driver in Copenhagen.”

Gogogic plans to release the board game (in Icelandic only) next month and it will be available in stores as of mid-December. In spirit of the game, the price will be moderate.

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