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Players compete as the corrupt power elite families of a fictional parody of a stereotypical Banana Republic (specifically Republica de los [sic] Bananas) trying to get as much money into their Swiss bank account before the foreign aid money runs out. The game's title is taken from the Spanish term for the collegiate executive bodies that frequently came to power after a military coup in 20th century Latin America, although in modern usage and in the game "Junta" refers to a military dictatorship of high-ranking officers, which are often less than collegial. Ironically, although the act of declaring a coup encompasses the majority of the game's equipment, rules, and playtime, it is tangential to the game's goal. The length of the game depends on how often coups are declared, but can often exceed 6 hours. Perhaps as a result of this, the game never achieved broad-based popularity, although it still retains a cult following of fans. For 2-7 players aged 12 and up. Playing time of 120-240 minutes.  

 
 
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