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PHONE STORY - the dark side of smartphone manufacturing

Serious game, 2011

The raw material used in smartphones, coltan, is extracted by young boys of the Congo. You will have to prevent them from taking a break when tired, or else they\'ll produce little for their wage of $1~5/day. From here, follow the production chain of your little jewel: suicides in China, planned obsolescence, waste.
Available on the Android Market and banned from the other online app store. It costs 73 cents, 70% of which will be donated to organizations working to solve the issues mentioned in this game.

OILIGARCHY

Serious game, 2008

With Oiligarchy, you can become the hero of the oil age: explore and drill around the world, pay off politicians, block alternative energy, and increase dependence on oil. Enjoy it as much as you can before the resources run out.
English version available.

MCDONALD'S VIDEO GAME

Serious game, 2006

McDonald's Video Game is a digital parody of the food chain McDonald's. Directing a corporation like McDonald's is not easy!
You will learn about every stage involved in the management of fast food all the way back to the farm: to succeed and remain at the helm of the largest food chain in the world you will find you must part with your moral values.
English version available.

Leaky World: a playable theory

Serious game, 2010

This game is an interactive interpretation of the essay "Conspiracy as Governance" by Julian Assange, a fundamental document to understand Wikileaks and the concept of radical transparency as strategy for social change.
Leaky World includes headlines about actual information leaks, mostly but not esclusively related to Wikileaks. Clicking on the headline pauses the game and opens a browser window on a news article.

 
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