Bored during the holidays?

Play Credit Crunch — the board game brought to you by The Economist!


The printing is unfortunately a nightmare — someone needs to explain to the Economist that pdfs can be multi-paginated — but print out the pdfs of the game board here and here;

Currency is available, ten notes to a page, for five types of noteshere, here, here, here, and here;

Financial risk cards are here, here and here; and

Optional player icons are here.

Then get:
* – scissors.
* – four coins
* – pieces to represent you on the board (cufflinks?)

And you’re off to go!

About Curzon

Lord George Nathaniel Curzon (1859 - 1925) entered the British House of Commons as a Conservative MP in 1886, where he served as undersecretary of India and Foreign Affairs. He was appointed Viceroy of India at the turn of the 20th century where he delineated the North West Frontier Province, ordered a military expedition to Tibet, and unsuccessfully tried to partition the province of Bengal during his six-year tenure. Curzon served as Leader of the House of Lords in Prime Minister Lloyd George's War Cabinet and became Foreign Secretary in January 1919, where his most famous act was the drawing of the Curzon Line between a new Polish state and Russia. His publications include Russia in Central Asia (1889) and Persia and the Persian Question (1892). In real life, "Curzon" is a US citizen from the East Coast who has been a financial analyst, freelance translator, and university professor; he is currently on assignment in Tokyo.
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One Response to Bored during the holidays?

  1. Gollios says:

    Any chance this could provide CLE credits?