Super Mega Maxi is a new larger size of cola that I saw the last time I was in Mexico. Every year a new word is added to make it bigger. Next year, it will be “Super Mega Maxi Extreme!” In ten years, I can hardly imagine what the 13 liter size will be called.
Super Mega Maxi Disaster is the name of a game that was invented years ago in a restaurant in Austin, Texas. It never had a name back then. It was just a concept game that a couple of us dreamed up when we should have been working.
It is a game that can be enjoyed by one or more people. All ages are welcome to try.
The object is to stumble, or wipe out in such a way as to cause maximum damage in an absurd way, while also extending the duration of the wipe out as long as possible.
Points are given for amount of damage (or disruption), length of disaster and creativity. If someone faints, or gets a cream pie in the face, you automatically win.
Points are deducted for laughing, saying “Just kidding” or falling out of character. If people discover that you have faked your accident, you lose.
The game can be played anywhere. Public places are usually the best. Awkward family events are also great.
Location is taken into consideration when accumulating points. Obviously, more damage can be done in a china shop than in a pillow factory.
A simple example would be:
You enter a coffee shop, trip over a carpet that is meant for wiping your feet, you grab onto the nearby frilly curtains, pulling them down as you crash into the edge of a table, causing it to flip over, spilling plates, etc…. you continue to roll forward, tripping someone and so on.
These are the basic rules.
Let the games begin!