|US Army Release Iraq-themed Playing Cards – Regime Based Monopoly to follow soon… - April 12th 2003|
Following the widespread success of the ‘Iraq’s Most Wanted’ Playing cards he US Army has decided to capitalise on it’s success by releasing “Regime Monopoly”
Instead of the board consisting of properties, it will instead have the target from the Iraqi Regime placed on it. Instead of having dollar bills, each player will have bullets and will require a certain number of bullets to ‘destroy’ or ‘capture’ the target they land on.
The targets replacing the properties are usually quite obvious – Saddam Hussein is the 400 bullet target, whilst “Burned-Out-Tank” and “Derelict House” replace the 60 bullet properties.
However, The Water Works and Electricity Works remain and “Go To Jail” has been replaced with “Palestine Hotel.” Most controversially though, ‘Free Parking’ has been replaced with ‘Al-Jazeera’
The British Army is determined not to be shown up by it’s American counterpart and has released its own game based on the conflict.
“Iraqdaq” is based on the BBC’s web based game ‘Celebdaq’ where players buy and sell shares in Celebrities based on their popularity. Iraqdaq does the same, only with Iraqi personnel but instead of basing their value on their popularity bases it on their survival success.
Unfortunately, play was suspended when a certain “InsaneHussein” made 300 million pounds in 30 minutes. It is believed he acted on insider information.
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