Posts Tagged ‘Serious Games Interactive’

The Flare Path: Urgent Fury

By Tim Stone on March 7th, 2014.

sorry no time for capitals or punctuation this week theres a flakturm high stack of demos on my desktop and if im going to introduce each and every one of them to you and still have time for a spot of luncheon grammatical niceties must go by the board on the other side of that html ha ha down there roman chariot haulers paw the dust grenada awaits invasion viking history masquerades as third person adventure and a motorbike sim prepares to graze you in places where youve never been grazed before
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Seriously Brutal: Global Conflicts – Child Soldiers

By Tim Stone on August 30th, 2009.

Talk about implausible. The villain of Serious Games Interactive’s latest interview-em-up is a rebel leader who, according to the game’s absurd back-story, has spent the last twenty years mutilating, murdering, abducting and raping thousands of his own countrymen with the help of an army of brainwashed children. Pffft. As if the International Community would let a thing like that happen. Read the rest of this entry »

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Global Conflicts: Latin America

By Tim Stone on November 23rd, 2008.

2007 saw the release of two thought-provoking and remarkably even-handed games about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The makers of PeaceMaker went on to create Play The News, a current affairs prediction MMO that, sadly, appears to have stalled at the beta stage. The makers of Global Conflicts: Palestine have just put the finishing touches on Global Conflicts: Latin America, a player-as-journalist adventure that had me shaking my head in ‘Why-is-the-British-media-not-telling-me-about-this-stuff? ‘ anger last night. Read the rest of this entry »

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