Don't Drop the Soap Board Game
From the twisted minds behind Gillius, purveyors of the Tupac and Biggie dress shirt (yes, really) comes Don't Drop The Soap, an addition to your rec room with an important message:Hey kids, jail sucks! In this limited edition board game, you become an inmate fighting your way towards parole - while dodging gangs, hoarding drugs, and plotting against mob bosses along the way. Each set comes with hand-crafted game pieces and a wicked sense of humor, perfect for those bad little boys and girls - and just in time for the holidays! ($35 on special order from Gillius).
Go on an exciting adventure jumping through paroles, escaping prison riots and avoiding being shanked/shot. Better than all the Milton Bradley games combined.
Someone said that this game sends a message, "Hey kids, jail sucks." Well, the creator, the son of Kansas' governor, was 23 when he came up with it and it is written like a whitebread suburban kid trying to sound hip. It appears that he has had no experience with prison except for watching "Oz" (he blatantly stole some of the game's content from episodes--don't they call that plagiarism?). The message the other reviewer said that this game sends is nonexistent. She doesn't understand what kids today find glamourous and cool. The game makes prison seem like a series of missteps, cigarette bartering, and completely unrealistic situations (one turn says "You help the nurse empty bedpans, she gives you 8 painkillers--yeah, right). He also overlooks the slight detail that over 90% of prisons are "smoke-free" and therefore smokes are no longer money, as he constantly repeats. Unimaginative and uncreative, but his politician parents said that they were "very proud of their son's creativity and talent." Typical politicians. The kid used television episodes and prison folklore as his inspiration--how talented. He should have spoken to someone who has been down, who actually did hard time with mob bosses, murderers, and gang members. I worked in prison mental health for years and there was nothing like this game in the prisons I worked in (8 of them). Oh well, I guess this is to be expected from the spawn of politicians. Perhaps their offspring should be treated as more likely to be imbalanced, like the mythical "crack babies" are.