From the introduction:
In ’inkadia, you and a few friends will create a post-apocalyptic setting by destroying an idyllic work of art by the late, great, American painter (and marketing genius) Thomas Kinkade. The game is played in a single sitting, over a couple of hours. There is no "gamemaster"; instead, control of the game passes from player to player in turns.
What you will need to play ’inkadia:
- One landscape by artist Thomas Kinkade, preferably a large poster (note: this work will be irreversibly destroyed over the course of the game).
- One white board, larger than the artwork. The game will work best if the board is mounted on a wall.
- Dry-erase markers, in various colors.
- Other art supplies (e.g. sharpies, finger paint, crayons, tape, scissors, etc.).
- One black die and one white die (d6 or other) for each player.
- An opaque bag or container, large enough to reach into.
- Some way of generating, and safely containing, fire.
- An accessible nearby toilet.