Rectangular white game box with "SMOG" stylistically written on the cover in black print. Box contains 1 instruction booklet, 1 quick start sheet, 1 game board, 1 paper pad of detachable score sheets, a stack of paper play money, 27 Outrageous Fortune cards, 1 plastic die, 117 plastic pegs, a sealed bag containing multicolored plastic rings, a sealed bag containing black plastic smoke pieces, and 4 player tokens.
Smog is an educational game illustrating the complex problem of air pollution. Each player attempts to manage their city better than the others by growing the city, keeping it out of debt, and improving (or not worsening) the air quality of the city.
Urban Systems, Inc. was a consulting and research firm, whose president, Richard H. Rosen, was an ecologist and environmental engineer. While teaching undergraduate air pollution classes at Harvard, Rosen produced a number of anti-pollution board games for educational purposes.
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