Inequality-opoly Game Components
Perceived Identity Cards
Before the game begins, each player randomly picks a perceived identity card representing getting born. Specific lines in the ID card will be constantly referred to throughout the course of the game to show each player what they have to roll in order to avoid or partake in certain events. On the back of the ID card, you can find the explanation for each line. The spectrum of likelihood is represented by the probability of rolling certain numbers with two dice. The probabilities demonstrate the continuum of possibility from Very Unlikely (roll <3) to Very Likely (roll <12). The spectrums of likelihood used in the game do not show the precise or absolute probabilities, rather the relative probabilities in relation to other identity groups based on studies.
Life Event Cards
Yellow Life Event Cards affect only the player that drew it.
Green Life Event Cards affect all the players in the game.