Serious game -> 2010


Serious game, 2010

Afghan-War-Diary proposes a review of the history of the war in Afghanistan through the continuous virtual killings in a famous war video game, Counter-Strike.

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.


Serious game, 2010

Game set in Africa and based on film material from the TV series.


Serious game, 2010

Consumer Consequences will ask you a series of questions about your lifestyle, and as you play, it will show you how many "Earths" of natural resources it would take to sustain all 6.6 billion humans… if everyone lived like you.


Serious game, 2010

How do you multitask when driving? Not everybody is able to speed while changing lane, and doing so while reading text messages and answering them. Challenge your skills.
And mind the fatal message!


Serious game, 2010

An even too serious game, to measure day by day the real size of the environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico caused by the leak from British Petroleum's Deepwater Horizon oil rig. Check out the effects for yourself… and move the spill near you; this, for instance, would be the stain size in the Mediterranean, as of July 1st, 2010.

INNOV8 2.0

Serious game, 2010

INNOV8 is a simulation of BPM (Business Process Management), which combines IT and business to create innovative models. INNOV8 allows players to understand how an effective BPM can affect an entire ecosystem, economy, and contributions towards to building a better world.


Serious game, 2010

Choices and Voices is a simulation that encourages young people to explore and discuss the problems of violent extremism. The best way to prevent young people becoming violent is to encourage open and honest conversation about attitude, choices and ideas in a safe and positive environment.


Serious game, 2010

Playing History is a series of serious games. The players drop into interesting and significant historical periods, in which they have the opportunity to meet great people see history in the making. Two episodes will be available soon: the plague, the slave trade. Free demos, full episodes cost a fee.

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