The Curfew: Games for Change

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Haven’t played it all the way through yet, but kinda impressed with the start of The Curfew which was featured (and won Best Educational) at the Games for Change Festival. Besides the fact it represents a scarily possible England (seriously, when I lived there, there were “report on your neighbour” posters up).

The production values are high and the scenario not entirely implausible. Check it out. Let me know what you think. Too heavy handed? Too simplistic? Is it playable or did you get bored easily? Is it compelling? And, most importantly, how would you have made it better?

Love the Stanley Bill references, reminds me vaguely of Harper criminal omnibus bill.

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