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“WikiLeaks: The Game” (play now)
« on: 17. December 2010., 06:36:20 »

Between the drama, intrigue and Interpol, the WikiLeaks saga has all the trimmings of a Hollywood movie. One friend of mine is debating quitting her job in order to write a movie script (She sees Lupin from Harry Potter as playing Assange). And she better hurry up — I’m betting at least two WikiLeaks-related scripts are getting pushed through Hollywood as I write this.

Perpetually outpacing the movie industry, the story has already hit home with the gaming community:
Indie game developers have created the WikiLeaks Stories collective in order to turn some of the actual stories revealed in the WikiLeaks cables into games:
Dutch developer Sebastiaan Moeys has directly tapped into the zeitgeist and spent a week creating “WikiLeaks: The Game” where, in a bit of creative fiction, you can play Assange stealing private documents himself. At least one other WikiLeaks inspired game (“Uncle Sam Vs. WikiLeaks” also exists: ).

In Moeys’ “WikiLeaks: The Game,” your objective is to wait until President Obama is asleep and then try to download 300K secret files from his laptop with a USB. Just like governmental attempts to quash WikiLeaks, the game is harder than it looks, I’ve played it five times and I still haven’t won.

You can try your luck here:


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“WikiLeaks: The Game” (play now)
« on: 17. December 2010., 06:36:20 »


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Re: “WikiLeaks: The Game” (play now)
« Reply #1 on: 10. January 2011., 05:30:48 »
Can we play ps3 online???


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