A guy created a game called Surviving Quarantine and it’s everything funny about our last few months

Press Release : July 31, 2020
A guy created a game called Surviving Quarantine and it’s everything funny about our last few months

A game created that brings humor and fun to some of the crazy the world has seen over the last few months.

It’s called Surviving Quarantine and it’s on Kickstarter right now.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dallasbrown/surviving-quarantine-the-card-game

Don’t worry it has everything that is good and humorous from the lockdown…..

….lots of hoarding (toilet paper included), bailouts, crazy vaccines, silly viruses, cruise ships and a lot more.

Dallas wanted to make something that brings some levity and fun to our situation, and also points to some of the silliness that happened.

“It wasn’t really hard to come up with, everything that was happening around us seemed like it came right from a cartoon”

After they played thru the first time and the grown-ups loved it he thought he had something, but when the kids started laughing hysterically he knew he needed to get this game out there.

The game is easy to learn, only takes 5 minutes to learn and 15-20 minutes to play.

“The whole point of the game is to avoid contracting silly and ridiculous viruses, by equally silly and ridiculous means.”

A player that has a virus card in their hand can give it on their turn to any other player.

If the other player doesn’t have a way to overcome the virus they are out of the game.

The last player standing wins.

“Think of it like a genetically modified Old Maid cross with an ill version of Uno”

The game is live on Kickstarter now and will be delivered in time for Christmas.

You can get your own copy or buy a second to win the White Elephant exchange at work this year.

Check it out here → https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dallasbrown/surviving-quarantine-the-card-game

Notes to editors

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Dallas Brown Tel: 8016916110 email: dallas@suvivingquarantinegame.com Visit the newsroom of: Dallas Brown