A NEW board game capitalising on the country’s never-ending stream of corruption scandals is in the works.  

Student Marina Belda, from Valencia, designed Corruptopolis by drawing inspiration from underhand politicians, disgraced mayors and unscrupulous bankers.

Players take on the roles of notorious figures in some of Spain’s best-known corruption scandals with the objective of reaching the fictional city of Villa Corrupta.

The 22-year-old designer is using crowd funding website Verkami to raise the €6,500 she needs for production costs.


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