Disaster Game is a new activity tool intended to generate discussions about coping with various disasters.

It comes in two versions, a company and a family version, and either set contains two 52 card decks (with standard playing card suits and ranks), some dice to generate a random day and time, and a small booklet. The company version costs $300, and the family one costs $60. Plus shipping.


FEMA has a free print-and-play disaster preparedness game. BGG lists various disaster recovery, emergency preparedness, and first aid games, dating back to the 1970s. These are educational, informational, or mildly entertaining. And of course, there’s the infamous Worst Case Scenario Game, which is apparently a disaster all unto itself.