Make you own currency kit
Allows you to name your currency, design your own coins and banknotes, create coins (3D printer included) and banknotes and set up a central piggy bank. Warning: the money will have the same value as that used in the game monopoly. Not to be confused with real life.
Create your own independent Scotland virtual world. The beauty of the programme is that you can make it as improbable as you want and it will still seem plausible if you are an SNP supporter. Lose yourself in pure fantasy.
A computer game in which players attempt to build an ever more fantastical world in which Scotland is granted wildly improbable privileges to be paid for by England whilst Scotland remains safe within the UK. For the less adventurous player.
A game for two people. It is played on a magnetic board representing the British Isles. Players are called UK and Scotland The idea is for the player designated Scotland to keep their islands and their oil attached to the Scottish mainland while the player designated UK tries to make them break away and join the UK .
The game proceeds by the use of a special pack of cards with messages such as UK offers to patrol Orkney waters gain 10 watts and Scotland attempts to occupy the Island of Lewis lose 50 watts. The magnetism comes from electro magnets which each player must increase or decrease in power as their cards dictate. The islands move on the board from their current position towards the UK or remain as they are depending on the play of the cards. Trials of game show a remarkably high incidence of the Islands and their oil ending up in UK hands.
My little Alec Salmon
Lifelike figure in the form of the SNP leader. Fully animatronic. Will have you in fits of laughter as it struts up and down and makes ever more ridiculous claims. Also programmed to do impersonations of Will Fyffe, Harry Lauder, Andy Stewart and other Scottish favourites.
Government Independence Contract Monopoly
Played on a board marked out with contracts offered by the UK government. Players move by the use of a dice and there is community chest with cards carrying instructions such as UK takes all defence contracts away from Scotland. Players unsuccessfully attempt to collect 200 million pounds of English taxpayers’ money every time they pass GO or at any other time. Warning: in trial uses of the game no contract has ever been awarded to Scotland.
Independence Sweepstake Game
Before independence Players make their estimates of what the following will be after independence
– The average oil revenue in the first five years of after independence
– The number of English taxpayer funded jobs in Scotland which will be lost
– The cost of setting up a Scottish civil service
– The cost of setting up Scottish defence forces
– The size of the Scottish share of the UK national debt in 2016
– The size of the Scottish share of the UK public service pensions provision in 2016
In the event of a vote for independence, the estimates are compared with the actuality after five years of independence. If it happens, be amazed at the difference between the sweepstake figures (hilariously optimistic) and reality.
SNP Sovereign Wealth Fund Moneybox
Purely decorative. The box is designed without any money cache because none will be needed. Frightening realistic.
English Subsidy Moneybox
A perennial favourite but with a difference. The money box remains open after independence but Scots find that the only money they will get from it will be that which they put in themselves. Hours of innocent fun watching the owner’s expression change from smug expectation to utter dismay.
A board game for two players where one tries to keep UK warship building in Scotland after independence and the other refuses to award the contracts to Scotland.
Call my SNP bluff
Three players recite what is claimed to be SNP policy while the other players decide which is the real SNP policy amongst the three. Warning: players must make sure the two false policies amongst the three are outlandishly improbable otherwise it will be all too easy to spot the real SNP policy.
Conversational Gaelic DVD
Learn the language of your ancestors and find yourself part of a community of dozens of fellow speakers of our glorious tongue. Warning: due to a lack of Gaelic words for items and ideas created after 1700, speakers may find the range of conversation extremely limited.
Played on a similar board to monopoly with similar rules. The idea is for players to establish Scottish embassies in all the world’s capitals after independence. Cry with laughter as Scotland rents a bedsitter in Moscow and a Studio Flat in Washington.
Giant jigsaw of the European Union. Players try to complete the jigsaw so that it includes an independent Scotland. Warning: the parts representing Scotland may not fit.
Paint your own Saltire
Paint a glorious Saltire by numbers. Suitable for SNP supporters of all ages.
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! While the SNP lasts