GerrymanderingDesigned by: Taylor Shuss
Gerrymandering is an area control game that takes cues from events in real life.
Each turn one player will be given the power to restructure the Districts on the game board, but will also be open to table-talk and bribes. After a player Gerrymanders, everyone will get to place more tiles onto the board of their faction, meaning the Gerrymandering player can't make it all theirs to own.
On top of that each turn Swing Vote will be drawn, which can alter which Districts players win. Players also need to manage their Popularity, or else the public will defer to their rivals in the case of a tie.
The Player with the most points at the end wins!
(Play time is currently clocking at 40-75 minutes)