Syllabus: Video Game Law

“Video games create virtual worlds that players physically interact with. In so doing video games upset the traditional media apple cart. The gamer becomes the controller of a responsive virtual world, rather than simply a passive “receiver” of images and sound…The creation, dissemination and enjoyment of interactive entertainment is governed by a multi-dimensional grid of international and domestic laws relating to intellectual property, communications, contracts, torts, privacy, obscenity, antitrust and freedom of expression…” – Syllabus


“Suffragetto is a contest of occupation between two opposing factions, The Suffragettes and The Police. The goal of the Suffragettes is to break past Police lines and enter the House of Commons. At the same time, The Suffragettes must also prevent the Police from entering Albert Hall, an oft-used meeting space of the Women’s Social and Political Union.” – Official Rules (Revised)


“Outcasted is a stand-alone first-person-simulation for mac and PC that tries to establish a consciousness towards the social exclusion that homeless people experience every day. You slip into the role of a person that is living and penhandling on the streets of an average western city. The main task is to beg from the passing pedestrians in order to receive monetary or material attention. As you find yourself being ignored by most of the passer-by‘s, your goal is to find someone who is willing to start a conversation in order to learn about the reasons and circumstances that were responsible for your situation.” – Developer