My partner and I have decided to construct a board game based on the topic of globalization. When globalization comes to mind, a diffusion of positive as well as negative aspects emerge. Depending upon anyone's perspective, an individual may view globalization as the process of integration, leading to the interconnectedness of nations, progression of trade and communication, and expansion of ideas, knowledge and products. Unfortunately, that's not how we (my partner and I) see it. This board game is going to be designed as a wake up call, or alarming statement that targets unveiling the raw truths that hide behind the corruption of the IMF (International Monetary Fund that is the basis of any nation's fellowship in this unionized financial system). For example, the workers of underdeveloped countries (involved in globalization) are forced to work in brutal conditions, risking their health and well being all for the production of materials; each worker is paid very minimally, as opposed to the profit made in the country that sells the materials in a shop or store.