The Curfew: a game about civil liberties and teenagers


7 Responses to “The Curfew: a game about civil liberties and teenagers”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hells bells. Been playing all day. An awesome game well made. Lovely to look at too. Can’t wait for the airtag technology popping up more in RL.
    Cameo as a wanted man was good but the news presenter cameo made me snort coffee.

    Will be reposting!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Choose slot 2 not 1. That worked for me. Holy shit that is a cool game.

  3. BadCat! says:

    Am I really that weak of a provocateur that I can’t figure out how to slingshot a camera???

  4. Anonymous says:

    I quite enjoyed the curfew, and I think it’s a clever educational tool. It treats the player as a mature person, which is surprising (and awesome) for something targetted at a younger audience.


  5. Anonymous says:

    It appears to hang (music keeps playing but it won’t advance to a new scene) when I try to “Choose slot to load” New Game [1,2,or 3].

  6. AbsoluteDestiny says:

    There were 3 other games that won awards at G4C and plenty of excellent games nominated and showcased. BoingBoing did great coverage of IGF – have you considered doing something on this that’s more than just the game your wife commissioned? (not that the curfew isn’t a good game)

    • AbsoluteDestiny says:

      Ack, that came out a *lot* snarkier than I intended. Games for Change is an awesome organisation – I’m keen to see it get more coverage (especially for the games that come out of it which are doing great things, the curfew very much included)

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