The Really Nasty Bankers Game brings out all the best family values of double-crossing, scheming, bluffing and greed! Just sit there like a picture of innocence kn owing you’ve gambled too much of the bank’s money and hope that nobody has the nerve to challenge you.
Fourth in the Really Nasty games series, after Horse Racing, Golf and Motor Racing. Inspired by the financial crash of recent years. Straightforward rules and doesn’t require any previous knowledge of banking.
The Monopoly-style board game casts players as the chief executives of fictitious banks with names like FullerCrookes and the RippOrf Banking Group. The aim is to invest the bank’s cash as recklessly as possible without getting caught, and take home the biggest bonus. And, as a tribute to the financial crash of 2008 where Lloyds TSB and RBS were bailed out by taxpayers, players also have recourse to a ‘public bailout’ card. If a market collapses while they are heavily invested in it, the player is allowed to keep all their money.