Gameplay in Brief:
I'm the Boss is a great game of wheeling and dealing. As players move around the board, they try to put together deals -- but need help from their opponents to do so.
Adding to the fun is the fact that those opponents not being included in the deal can send would-be deal-makers out of town, or even take over control of the deal by playing an "I'm the Boss" card. Great fun, as long as it's not taken too seriously.
For 3 to 6 players, ages 12 and up. About 60 minutes per game.
I'm the Boss was published in the U.S. by Face 2 Face Games
in 2003. A previous edition, known as Kohle, Kie$ & Knete, was published in Germany by Schmidt Spiele in 1994.
I'm the Boss is a negotiation game and an economic game.
Also by Sid Sackson:
Sid Sackson's best-known game is probably Acquire
. Approximately 100 of Sackson's designs have been published, including Can't Stop
, Sleuth, Samarkand, Bazaar, Focus, BuyWord, and Metropolis.