Our Paths: the impertinent G4C Migration Challenge submission

We have applied to the last Games for Change Challenge. The aim of this year’s competition was ‘to inspire the creation of a game that connects existing and migrant communities and emphasizes cultural integration’. We have not been selected but it was definitely a good exercise. We would like to share our submission here. A two-sentence description of the concept  “Our […]

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100 years ago, there were women designing different games

In 2015, two of the recurring discussions about the games industry are why we have not been able to attract more women to work in our projects and why we don’t use games to investigate a wider range of topics. The former problem is probably related to the latter and, while people try to propose new solutions, I found out […]

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Cart Life

Cart Life is described by his author as a retail simulator, but it is much more than that. It is essentially a life simulator of three different playable characters, all of them street vendors. But this is not The Sims, life for some of modern cities inhabitants can be very complicated, can be all about […]

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Phone Story

Phone Story is a satirical and educational game explaining the real costs of manufacturing smartphones. You will have to force children to collect minerals, save your workers trying to commit suicide and find a way to dispose the massive amounts of generated waste. Everything to produce the latest phones… just like the one you got […]

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Sweatshop

Sweatshop puts you in charge of the workers of a clothes factory, where the owner only seems to be concerned about manufacturing the cheapest clothes in the least amount of time. The game will let you choose if you want to be an exploiter, employing children with no access to drinks or toilets, or a […]

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