Dog Eat Dog: A Game of Production, Pollution & Profit

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Cardboard, paper, plastic
box: 4 1/4 x 9 3/4 x 9 3/4 in. ( 10.8 x 24.8 x 24.8 cm )
printed: on box cover: "DOG EAT DOG / A Game of Prodcution, Pollution & Profit." printed: on four sides of box top apron: "PART OF THE AMERICAN SERIES", "DOG EAT DOG TM / 3-6 PLAYERS. AVERAGE PLAYING TIME: 1 1/2 HOURS. FOR AGES 12 AND UP.", "QED GAMES"
Board game in original packaging. Consists of 210 full-color die-cut markers, tiles, and counters on six sheets (still wrapped in plastic); quadfold game board that opens to 18" x 18"; 23-page rulebook; 40 Red Tape cards; $2.16 billion in Q.E.D. currency, 6 Corporate Division cards; 2 green six-sided dice; and 2 plastic trays.
Gallery Label: 
"Dog Eat Dog" is a satire of 1980s corporate America. Players are presidents of a division of Rinky Dink, Inc., a large manufacturing corporation bent on plundering the environment for fun and profit. "Presidents" tear up the earth gathering raw materials, turn them into products, and sell them on the open market for millions. The division president with the most money in their Swiss Bank Account wins.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Evan Jones
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group