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Description Ways Home , produced in collaboration with Fannie Mae, addresses the foreclosure crisis that is currently affecting millions of American homeowners and offers information and strategies that can be used to avoid foreclosure. Users have the opportunity to play as three homeowners who are in distinct positions of economic distress: Miguel Gonzalez , ten years from retirement and underwater on his mortgage. Jackie Williams , a single mother who is having trouble keeping up with her bills.
Sponsored by the Illinois GOP, Take Back Illinois challenged players to explore four issues surrounding the 2004 state elections: Medical Malpractice Reform, Education Reform, Grassroots Activism, and Economic Reform. Take Back Illinois was a 2005 Slamdance Independent Game Festival Finalist. The game was created in four parts, released once a week for the month before the election (Four Issues, Four Games, Four Weeks).
A game for the frazzled globetrotter in all of us. Keep up with the changing rules of airport security on your iPhone or iPod touch. Play in airports to earn unique souvenirs to keep, give to friends, or redeem for prizes.
Your goal is simple: Harvest mass amounts of cheap produce and sell it for as much profit as possible. But watch out for floods and animal waste, or your greens might turn, uh — brown — and your customers will get E. Coli. It doesn't take an MBA to know that killing people is bad for business! Which is safer, small family farms or big industrial ones?
A game about seasonal and pandemic flu, how they mutate, and how they are spread. Commissioned by the UK Clinical Virology Network and produced in association with Scotland's Traffic Games. In spring 2009, panicked headlines appeared worldwide warning of the dangerous "swine flu." Reading the papers, you'd think that pandemics are like magical epidemiological tidal waves that rise and cover the planet.