How to make an effective moral mission diplomacy boardgame
The Diplomacy Boardgame is a board game where players can attempt to build a moral mission that will convince their nation to engage in a humanitarian effort to combat the Ebola outbreak.
Here’s how you do it.
The game is a collaborative effort between a team of volunteers, with the goal of getting as many volunteers as possible to play, and the game itself.
It’s a strategy game, where players build and deploy their mission.
It can be played solo or with up to six people, and there’s a variety of mission options, including humanitarian, peacekeeping, military, and humanitarian aid.
It takes about 30 minutes to play and takes about three to four hours to complete, according to its website.
The Diplomacy boardgame is set in the fictional capital of New York, but it can be run anywhere and it’s easy to pick up.
It is set to release in December 2017.