SPIR608/Games


Games on courseEdit

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Landlords Game board based on 1924 patent, precursor of Monopoly
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Guy Debord's Game of War being played in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Published as Le Jeu de la Guerre, 1987
  Wikiversity Image credit: Richard Barbrook
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Randell Reed
Avalon Hill, 1974
The Game of the Revolutionary War
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The death of Warwick at the Battle of Barnet
Andrew McNeil
PhilMar, 1974
Game of the English Wars of the Roses
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Andy Tompkins and Andrew Sheerin
TerrorBull Games, 2006
Satirical game of the War on Terror
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Assembled heads of state in Munich, 29 September 1938
Avalon Hill, 1971
Based on A. J. P. Taylor's view of the origins of World War II
  Wikiversity Image credit: Deutsches Bundesarchiv
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Modern Society:
East End cityscape
Jussi Autio
  Wikiversity Image credit: Fabian Tompsett
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Vietnam 1955:
Geneva Peace Conference 1954
Russell King
Serious Games
Role playing game leading up to the Geneva Conference 1954
  Wikiversity Image credit: US Army Photograph
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Red Guard!:
Brian Train
Game of the Chinese Cultural Revolution
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Liberté:
Liberté in play, University of Westminster
Electoral game of the French Revolution
  Wikiversity Image credit: Fabian Tompsett


Other Wikiversity gamesEdit

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Forbidden Kingdom board ready for play
Wikiversity 2008
Forbidden Kingdom is a simulation of decision making quandries that might be faced in the Communist Party in the People's Republic of China.
  Wikiversity Image credit: User:Pnoble805