I'd known that there was going to be a Brexit themed game at Salute a little in advance, but I didn't quite realise the scale of it, nor the number of details and rules quirks they'd managed to fit in.
One of the Brexit side's models was a Unicorn, which had mystery stats, and disappeared when it entered close combat, because unicorns don't exist.
The board was crowded most of the day as people wanted to participate or get a good look at it.
In the apocalyptic post Brexit wasteland, the Remainers tried to escape from England to the continent. The Queen was among those shooting at racist thugs and Tory politicians with her shotgun...
The Leavers seemed to be headed up by May, Nigel and Boris. I didn't get everyone's special powers, but it looked like Nigel was a Bad Penny who simply wouldn't go away, and May could summon a Brexit Shitstorm for a time.
The board was well detailed, and rightfully won the "most innovative" award at the show.
My personal favourite detail was the rats trying to escape the country in a little rubber boat.
Although some other rats had other schemes to escape too!
All the different characters had their own stats and powers on handy little cards.
And they'd even gone to the effort of coming up with some custom dice for the game as well.