Not type, but lettering that’s derived from a typeface: The name of this board game is a great example of a font in indirect use. Especially the word “Mensch” is clearly modeled after Reporter, complete with its bolt-like s and the rugged terminals. The script typeface emulating strokes made with a dry brush was designed by Carlos Winkow and first cast in the late 1930s by the Norddeutsche foundry. Linotype has a digitization with simplified details that lacks the many ligatures of the metal (or wood) original. For a digital font that comes somewhat close to “wir werfen raus”, see Riccardo De Franceschi’s Vampiro.