Rules of the game

> Stack the Tower
 
> Dismantle The Bricks
 
> Watch the Tower Collapse
 
> Blame the Bankers
 
> Blame the Government
 
> Do It All Over Again!
 

Did Bear Stearns cause the crisis or was it Lehman Brothers? Was it CDS, CDOs or CEOs?
Was it Bush, Obama, Congress, or Madoff?
 
Find out with Collapse! - The Commemorative Game of the Financial Crisis.


 

Collapse! is a commemorative game that takes a light hearted approach to the very serious events of the financial crisis. The game allows players to relive the tension, anxiety, and second guessing characterized by this crazy period in history. As the global financial system began to crumble in 2007, it became frighteningly apparent just how precarious its foundation had been all along. While the bankruptcy of Lehman is often cited as the cause of the collapse, the reality is that under a different sequence of events, the pressures would have built up differently, causing something or someone else to bear the blame. There was no one cause. Instead, a thick web of diverse but interconnected culprits was revealed, with each playing their own important role.
 
In the game of Collapse!, each of the 54 blocks represents one of the factors or events that helped create the crisis or hasten its escalation. What better way to relive the financial turmoil than to grab some family or friends and try to build your own financial fortress that's too big to fail! After stacking the blocks (the included instructions provide a useful frame), players take turns pulling them out one by one until the entire structure collapses! Read the phrase on the block that caused the Collapse! and reminisce about the "bad old days."
The 54 blocks in each commemorative game fit nicely into a sleek wooden box that makes an excellent display at your office, your home study, or even your child's toy room. Collapse! makes for a great gift, collector's item, or history lesson, so order yours today!
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