• The Next Big Thing: The Game of Entrepreneurship

    A board game for people who are into being startup superheroes, changing the world, and becoming billionaires. Take on the role of a startup founder to create "the next big thing." Create a company using your savings and superpower skills (i.e. programming, design, sales, marketing, etc.), gain traction, and raise multiple rounds of capital from investors.

    Players experience the ups and downs of the entrepreneurial journey including: increasing revenues while balancing against expenses (try not to go bankrupt!), various types of significant events (good and bad!), and creating an impact that changes the world (as it's not just about the money!).


    There are multiple paths players can take during the game such as an accelerator path (a startup university), pivot paths (take longer and cost more), and if you survive to the end players get the opportunity to decide if they want to be acquired or do an IPO. The winner is the player who exits ("cashes out") for the most money and generates the largest positive impact on the world.

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    Featured Kickstarter Supporters...

    Greg Albertson, Melissa Campanelli, Jonathan Frangakis, Tom Herman, Jian Yet Lee, and all the other amazing people who backed our Kickstarter campaign!

    Early Game Testers...

    Neha Aletty, Jeffrey Berman, Angel Biros, Summer Rose Biros, Kevin Boswell, Brien Buckman, Christine Cao, Marcia Fernandes, Jeffrey Finkle, Pamela Finkle, Keith Fiore, Hali Ganbold, Elliot Guilbe, Kaelyn Guilbe, Corie Hardee, Will Heffner, Harrison Hines, Hana Ku, Jamie Konigsberg, Jessica Kong, Nicolas Leeper, Dan Lockwood, Maria Martinez-Diaz, Allison McGuire, Roger Meilleur, Vikas Nigam, Tammi Nguyen, Jim Perlmutter, Peter Propp, Bahiyah Robinson, David Rose, Andrew Schoen, Deidre Smith, Anne Marie Stephen, Liam Smith, Jay Thakrar, Peter Thomson, Alex Trotta, Alexandra Tynion, Darius V, George Valdes, Denice Zhu, The Stamford Innovation Center, The Team At SeedInvest


    First In-Person Game Purchaser

    Jason Klein