This board game was inspired by the Schimdt levels of pain, a scale of pain commonly used in medical exam rooms. "Living Wit's End" is an adult board game for parents, with a 50s twist to the nightmarish surface covered in children's toys.
There may be up to six players and each player may choose a character in the game, placing them at the start of the road. When a dice is rolled, players must most the respected number of steps as dictated by the dice. Players may land on places marked with an "!" and thus need to draw a blue card. Each blue card may tell the player to move forward or backward, depending on the description or the toy symbol. The key on the Rule book may assist the understanding of the symbol system.