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The polemical game I played was Darfur is Dying, featuring villagers being confined by the soldiers and hunted down if they were to rebel.  The point of view in this game is the attempt to stay alive by foraging for … Continue reading

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The game I’m reviewing is “Anti-Monopoly”. The point of view is that monopolists have an unfair advantage over their competitors, i.e. monopolists are the bad guys, and the competitors are the good guys. On every property card the competitors and … Continue reading

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Review of McDonalds (Mollenidustria game) I played the McDonalds game on the Mollenidustria website. In the game, you take full control of the McDonalds franchise, controlling 4 phases of production: growing (soy fields and cow pastures), feed house, restaurant, and … Continue reading

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Review of Paul

Review of the Journey of Paul. Im glad that the real life journeys of Paul were very successful because this game is the furthest thing from that. This game struggles to even be called a game in my opinion, it … Continue reading

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Darfur is Dying

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Darfur is dying: Although it pains me to say this, but being a little Darfur girl foraging for water is actually really fun and addicting. It’s a real hoot. The simple gameplay mechanic of looking for a water spout while … Continue reading

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I played “Anti-Monopoly” in class.  Although it avoids taking clearly delineated sides sides between big and small businesses, at least as far as rules balance goes, it bore a clear message: that in the world of business and real estate, … Continue reading

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Oligarchy Response

I played the Oiligarchy game by Mollenidustria – a game that clearly and effectively conveys a specific point of view. The player is placed in the shoes of the CEO or other kind of representative of the most successful oil … Continue reading

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I played the Anti-Monopoly board game in class, which has a clear polemical message–that monopolists use dirty tricks and unfair tactics to drive out competitors. This message is made especially clear in the monopolist cards that a monopolist can draw. … Continue reading

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The Journeys of Paul review

The game, “The Journeys of Paul” by Cactus Games attempts to put the player into the shoes of an early christian missionary circa 60 AD. Following in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul and his journeys across the Mediterranean, the … Continue reading

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Reading Response 5 – Oiligarchy game

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Polemical Game Review

The game I chose to play for this assignment is Darfur is Dying. It allows the player to take on the role of various characters attempting to survive in Darfur against a variety of hazardous conditions and in general a … Continue reading

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Reading Notes 5 – Discussion of Super Columbine Massacre RPG The game Super Columbine Massacre RPG is a role playing computer game that is based on the Columbine Massacre that occurred on April 20th, 1999. It is a single player … Continue reading

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Polemical Game Response | Xiaotian Chen

I played the oiligarchy game by Mollenidustria. It’s really fun to play and conducts the author’s view concretely. In the game, the player is the CEO of the biggest oil company in the world. He will do everything to expand … Continue reading

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