Fate of the World is a dramatic global strategy game that puts all our futures in your own hands. The game features a dramatic set of scenarios based on the latest science covering the next two centuries. You must manage a balancing act of protecting the planet's climate and resources versus the requirements of an ever-growing world people, who...
Fate of the World is a dramatic global strategy game that puts all our futures in your hands. The game features a dramatic set of scenarios based on the latest science covering the following two centuries. You have to manage a balancing act of protecting the planet's climate and resources versus the requirements of an ever-growing world population, that are demanding ever more food, power, and living space. Will you help the whole planet or will you be an agent of destruction?
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FATE OF THE WORLD © 2010 Red Redemption Ltd.. All rights reserved. FATE OF THE WORLD ® and Red Redemption and the respective logos are trade marks of Red Redemption Ltd in the United Kingdom, Europe, US and/or other countries.
Fate of the World is a 2011 global warming game developed and published by Red Redemption. It features several scenarios, based on actual scientific research, in which the player is put in control of a fictional global organization managing social, technological and ecological policies. The goals of the scenarios range from improving living conditions in Africa, to preventing catastrophic climate change, to exacerbating it.
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Teachers can use Fate of the World as a part of a larger lesson on international studies. It would have the most usefulness if preceeded by broad lessons on world areas, trends, historical choices, and political climate. They can also use it as a platform for many different reasoning and long-term plan exercises.
Fate of the World is a turn-based game, with each turn representing five years. The starting date is typically 2020, while the final date depends upon the scenario. In the core interface the player chooses policies to fund in each game turn, represented by 'cards'. These have to be distributed and balanced between twelve world regions, and many, like a transition to electric automobiles, take several turns to implement locking up capital for the duration. The player must also handle public opinion with the risk of being banned from individual regions if people approval drops too low. Each scenario specifies a set of win and lose conditions, like the amount of warming in degrees Celsius, human development index, production, industrial or otherwise, and the number of regions the player is active in.