Virtue Signal: the Game of Social Justice

Virtue Signal: the Game of Social Justice

Virtue Signal: the Game of Social Justice

One of the best ways to push back against Social Justice Warriors and the Cancel Culture is to mock them. Mercilessly.

Another day, another freak out by Democrats dragging out another fake issue while screaming “IMPEACH THE M*FER!”. It can be exhausting for some. In addition, we run across the Social Justice (ahem) politicians willing to burn down events rather than share a stage with Republicans. Or breath the same air.

Social Justice – The Game

So let me point you to this quick pick-me-up.

Virtue Signal: The Game of Social Justice is a card game parody of social justice activism.

In Virtue Signal you play as one of several different social justice warriors. The object, simply, is to attract a coalition of NPC followers to your cause, whatever that is. The first player to 15 is the winner.

Virtue Signal simulates the power struggles and one-upmanship that goes on between activist groups. The issues themselves are of little consequence, they are merely useful tools to get leverage over others.

May the wokest warrior win.

Mad props to the designer and illustrator, William Dalebot. The rules of the card game and the opportunity for varying strategies indicates some serious thought into making this a legitimate game. The delight is to be had in the excellent character building and outstanding artwork.

Social Justice The Game
Screen Capture from Kickstarter Campaign
Please go to the Kickstarter campaign, mosey around, and watch the snortfest of the video. If it impresses you as it did me, make a pledge.

I did, and with a delivery date in January 2020, it will be a wonderful gift to myself to start off the year. We are going to need all the laughs we can get on the road to November 2020.

featured image screen capture from Kickstarter campaign

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2 Comments
  • Jsn2 says:

    Drive through Palo Alto sometime. The virtue signaling yard signs are just weird. The left is nuts.

  • Keith Glass says:

    And it’s basically a cover of the late 1990s “Illuminati: the New World Order” collectable card game, without the humor or sheer number of cards. . . Like this one:

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