Sure, Prohibition wouldn't've effected me much (I'm a teetotaler), but a lot of people wanted their hooch and the organized crime groups were ready to supply it. Of course, being illegal and all, the police were trying to put a stop to it. In Chicago, Al Capone, AKA - Scarface, ran things. It's into this dangerous, heady time that you find yourself in Scarface 1920, a new gangster board game up on Kickstarter.
From the campaign:
The project's to almost 10x funded with 16 days left to go.