The Virtue Signal: NPC Campaign is Currently Live

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Purveyors of the World's Most Dangerous Games

Congratulations for even finding this place.

IRS is a teeny tiny design studio out of Utah that mostly specializes in satirical tabletop roleplaying games.

Virtue Signal: The Game

Virtue Signal: The Game of Social Justice is a card game parody of social justice activism.

In Virtue Signal you play as one of several different social justice warriors. The object, simply, is to attract a coalition of NPC followers to your cause, whatever that is. The first player to 15 is the winner.

410 cards in the complete set (including expansions), most of them individually illustrated. 🪧

How Dare You 😭

Portland Occupied Zone

Our massive new board game satirizing Portland Antifa. Portland Occupied Zone is a strategy roleplaying game that simulates the transformation of a Southeast Portland Neighborhood (the Fantasy Hawthorne District) from a Late-Stage Capitalist Hellscape into a Slacker Marxist Utopia.

Wage revolution!  Loot local businesses!  Burn the city down!  Live in filth!  Fight the Police!  Embezzle donation money!  Abuse drugs!  Grope other activists without their consent!  

A whopping 22 pounds worth of board game.

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  • “So superior mechanically to other crowdsourced games, it was banned on Kickstarter and Gamefound!” ★★★★★

    —Jeff Bergren, The Gaming Goat

  • "A game for those who are ready to wake up from woke.” ★★★★★

    —Peter Thiel (yes really)

  • "This is Hate Speech, Pure and Simple" ★☆☆☆☆

    —Magic Pink

  • "Hilarious parody. Amazing art. Real fun stuff." ★★★★★

    —Kris Owrey

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Portland Occupied Zone Theme (Manic Pink)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Are you for real?

A. Yes, this is all very real.

They are real physical games you can touch with your hands and play with other people.

Q. You've never touched a woman and you live in your mother's basement.

A. That isn't a question.

Q. I see your games have strong themes. Does that mean you're a grifting shill who makes bad games?

A. Gosh, I sure hope not.

Believe it or not, we worked hard to make sure we made Good Games first, and added the humor on top. They will still be Good Games long after the jokes have gotten old.

Q. I hate you. How do I get you fired?

A. Please direct all your personnel suggestions to info[at]

Q. I have Mormon parents. If I bring this game to Family Home Evening will I be embarrassed?

A. Virtue Signal, probably not. Virtue Signal: Deplorables or Portland Occupied Zone, almost certainly yes.