Players all choose their action at the same time using their Space Phone. Once every player has chosen an action, everyone reveals their Space Phone action at the same time. Actions are then resolved in a business-like fashion.
Conflicts can occur when two or more players have chosen the same action. Example conflicts are moving to the same coordinate or choosing the same Unassigned Career Goal. Conflicts are resolved by “Scheduling A Meeting” with your bosses by taking them to a Golf Outing, Poker Night, or Happy Hour. The three meeting types work like rock-paper-scissors. The winner of the Schedule A Meeting wins the conflict.
Your spaceship and enemies have a level assigned to them. Your level must be greater than your target's level to defeat them. Your spaceship starts as a level 1 and can be upgraded through an action or finding ship upgrades floating in space. You may also pay additional cost to temporarily increase the level of your ship to defeat enemies.
Sure, just pick the Intern level and input the appropriate add on price from the Add On section for your shipping destination. If you are ordering a t-shirt in a pledge level already and want extra ones, you only have to add the base t-shirt amount of $25.
Items not included, such as the black wooden cubes used to mark the number of jellies killed and salary, can be easily substituted with household items or even pieces from other games. Additionally, paper fasteners will be needed to construct the Space Phones. These can be purchased cheaply from your local crafts store.