Posts Tagged ‘Subaltern Games’

Degradation Keeper: No Pineapple Left Behind

By Alec Meer on April 10th, 2015.

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A not very fun fact: stuff about being mean to kids immediately turns incredibly sinister once you’re a parent. Innocence lost about innocence. So I guess I grimace rather than smile at management sim No Pineapple Left Behind‘s satirical take on efficient-education-through-dehumanisation – but I think/hope I’m supposed to.
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No Pineapple Left Behind: Be A Dole

By John Walker on October 13th, 2014.

“A game about de-unionized schools and tropical fruit.”


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Freeware Garden: RocketJumpification

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on September 19th, 2014.

Live by the point, die by the point.

Subaltern Games, the radical game dev studio responsible for jolly world-destructing, money-making sim Neocolonialism, have apparently gone text mad and released the wordy, seriously bonkers and freeware RocketJumpIfication.

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Arrest The President: Neocolonialism Is Out Now

By Graham Smith on November 7th, 2013.

Make money not war.

Just as Soren Johnson founds a company to produce competitive, economy-driven strategy games, along comes Neocolonialism. It’s a turn-based, competitive strategy game about dominating the planet through economic means: by buying votes, extracting wealth via factories and mines, and backstabbing your opponents.
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Timely Disaster: Neocolonialism

By Alec Meer on June 18th, 2012.


I very much fancy giving this a crack, but Quantum Conundrum is the current game on my pixel-plate and it is only fair to finish one meal before proceeding gluttonously to the next. Neocolonialism is a turn-based, multiplayer-centric strategy game that’s all about sucking as much money out of the world for your own personal gain as possible. “It is a game of world domination that does not have nukes, but does have austerity packages.” Like I say, timely.
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