Simulation Theory is a game designed by Mark, Shawn and their team in Indonesia which has already raised it’s minimum funds on it’s Kickstarter page. There are three days left if you want to get a copy of the game.
2 to 5 players
20 minutes – 2 hours
Disclosure: I received a copy of this game in exchange for this post.
“What if everyone you know, loved, and remembered are just complex simulations in a computer-generated universe? What if you began to see through the shroud that separates what you think is your life from what is real? What if you wake up from this simulation, only to wonder if you are in another?
Simulation Theory is a Boardgame for 1 to 6 players which combines elements of an escape room and a dungeon delve. The game has 3 major modes for different audiences from casual (17 minutes playtime) to hardcore (2+ hours)”
It’s scary to think that the life we live now could be someone else’s simulation. The goal of the game is to go through the three simulations (fantasy, prison and sci-fi) and escape the simulation entirely.
The game is not simple and is designed for a long game and will need some time to figure out how to play first as well. Don’t expect to take it all out and learn how to play in 5 minutes but if you have some time to dedicate, it will be a fun adventure.
Check it Out on Kickstarter