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If you design a game right, you’ll see a lot of complexity organically emerge. That’s what you want."
Damn it! The CIA aren't using the abysmal "Trump The Game". Or do they just prefer PLAYING the game in real life.
Presumably the person who wins is the one who manages to dig up the most dirt on senior politicians.
"Dirt: The Board Game". Expenses, second (third, fourth and fifth) homes, salaries for wives and children in jobs that don't exist, kickbacks, affairs (especially with those close to the age of consent, or those ending up with a "love child"), organisations you had joined but now wish to keep hush hush (commies, fascists, paedophile information exchange, etc), oh the list is endless. In the case of our own "Spreadsheet Phil" just wait for him to commit so many unforced gaffes that he has to resign. There's another board game in the waiting: "Gaffes". Ralph, we can pitch it on Dragon's Den!
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