A student in Valencia has invented a board game that features the corruption rife in the ruling classes of Spanish society.

With business and government types in Spain being exposed for graft on a regular basis Marina Belda has been inspired to launch Corruptopolis, a game where players start by giving a convincing explanation as to how large caches of corrupt cash have ended up in their bank accounts.

Rumours that her next game project will feature the ethical world of international football should be dismissed as jolly likely.

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