Where the mayors of stupidly rich Gold Rush towns can squander the resources of their citizens on pretty much whatever they want.
This month, it's a race to the Moon.
Will it work? Probably not. The real goal is to earn enough votes to become governor. But it seems the best way to impress your pioneering constituents is by doing something grotesquely stupid and dangerous, like blasting them into space.
It's One False Step for Mankind, one giant leap for you.
400 Poker Chips in four colors (100 each in red, green, yellow, and gray); 40 counters for each player; two 6-sided Dice; three Paper Clips for each player; and a Button or Token to designate the leader.
Slightly gussied-up stat sliders for player rockets. Cut out the triangle area if you want players to be able to see the cost of upgrading to the next tech level. Designed to support 6 players, colored Blue, Yellow, Red, White, Black, and Green.
Paperclips not sufficing? Handy-dandy stat-sliders (not pretty, but useful). Print on cardstock or index cards at 96dpi. Each one is 5"x1.5", so they fit on a half index card (cut horizontally) if you use a carrier page.
Tired of hunting down 400 poker chips? Resource Tracking cards, enough for two players. Print it three times for six. Each card is 2.5"x3" when printed at 96dpi, so you can print them on half-index cards, if you use a carrier page.