Every round has few steps. Moderator announces the start and the end of each round.
1 step: Choose your Meeting partner (according to the rules established by the Moderator).
2 step: Choose one of your Action cards and place it in the Action Decisions envelope.
Optional: 3 step: Monitoring. Monitored player has to give his envelope for inspection to the monitoring player.
4 step: A deal.
5 step: Sanction.
4 step: Again, to dodge Sanction card players can strike a deal with the money they were given at the beginning of the game.
6 step: Denounce. After playing this card a player can reveal the envelope of the other player to all game participants. Player needs to monitor the other player first.
4 step: Again, to dodge Denounce card players can strike a deal with the money they were given at the beginning of the game.
7 step: Hand one of your Action Decision envelope to the game Moderator. Moderator counts their profit and loss for the group (if there are any).
Moderator announces the end of the round and Meeting. Players change their Meeting partner.
At the start of of the new round Moderator announces previous round’s results (shared costs and shared costs per player).
After the game ends all points are counted up and the results of the game are revealed.
Created in order to study shadow dynamics and corruption mechanics.
Participants learn about dynamics of corruption.
Players gain knowledge about negotiations and unfairness of business.
Players learn about denouncing mechanism and how it impacts trust between different parties.
Players understand common goods dilemma.
Players recognize the need for trust and cooperation in the buisness.
Number of players
Number of moderators
Do we have a deal? card deck
excel sheet for calculations
computer might be necessary to use excel sheet for calculations