ONEUPMANSHIP – "Machiavellian!"

$ 19.99

"Show us a good loser and we'll show you a real loser."


The object of the game is simple: players start with $5000, and the first one to get to $100,000 wins.
You can do this by purchasing real estate and building skyscrapers, investing in the stock market, acquiring "trophies," and betting (and losing) big in Vegas. Wheeling and dealing is encouraged. Double-dealing too.

But wait! There are also 50 wicked $ Cards which involve physical and mental challenges that turn this into a metagame. For example:
Throw this card on the floor and pick it up without touching it with your hands. Or, Play Rock, Paper, Scissors with any other player. Loser pays winner $1000. And, Switch places with another player and finish the rest of the game as him/her.
Ouch!

Do you have the brass you need to win?

A horribly fun good time for "players."

ONEUPMANSHIP is the perfect game for the winners in your life – a devilish gift for Christmas, birthdays, graduations, man caves and family vacations – that's guaranteed to turn everyone into "greedy, self-serving punks" if they aren't already.

Just make sure to check you're wearing clean underwear...

 

What ONEUPMANSHIP comes with:

• 20" x 20" game board that folds to 10" x 10" 

• stock market indicator board, with marker

• ONEUPMANSHIP money: $1 - $10,000

• 6 x "Star" Trophies

• 4 x Real Estate deeds

• 16 x building blocks

• 6 x company stock cards, 1 - 500 shares

• 32 $ Cards

• 12 x Scarlett Letter "B" stickers

• 4 "pawns"

• 2 dice

• Instruction booklet

• black "faux leather" texture box

• handy "Cheat Sheet"

Designed in the good old U.S. of A.

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Jonathan Ikegana
Show me the money!

"I'm just your average 21 year old, sometimes sober college student training to be a chef at the Culinary Institute of America. One of my friends recently told me about this new game he'd gotten called ONEUPMANSHIP, and how much fun it was. So one Saturday night we broke it out and played. I got the 'Knuckles' card and my hand is still killing me!"

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Don Stewart
Twenty times better than beer pong.

ONEUPMANSHIP is definitely a game where an agile, carnivorous attitude is your best ally. Pity the numbskull who expects a pastel plastic drive-through Game of Life, or a gentlemanly contest of fisticuffs by Broughton's Rules. This is a romp, a rollicking excuse for mad, mutually-abusive annihilation. Twenty times better than beer pong.