Over the past decade, the word "Brooklyn" has become synonymous with trends that most people could probably get behind if those urging you to adopt them weren't so insufferable about it.
One of those trends is "overly complicated board games" like Settlers of Catan, where players compete to see who can build the most roads and settlements before some tries to punch someone else in the face.
Sadly, Settlers of Catan was the best-selling board game in the United States a few years ago, which means anyone who really wants to capture the spirit of Brooklyn needs to find something a bit more obscure.
Thankfully, Above Average designed Settlers of Brooklyn, the game in which domination comes in the form of gentrification.
I'd play it.