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Invisible: An interactive narrative about homelessness in Montreal

Go through a day as a homeless person and strive to change your future!


This game is made for the Integrating Activity at JAC.

This game is made by: Ruiting Ji (@duckyrui)


Attributions:

Music: "Mesmerize" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Sound effects: Walking in snow: [x] / Dog bark: [x] / Restaurant background: [x] / Stomach growling: [x] / Store door chime: [x]

Fonts: [x],[x],[x],[x],[x]


There are many reasons why people become homeless, from the simple fact of losing a job to family violence and various types of addiction or abuse. This game, however, focuses on the everyday problems and setbacks a homeless person is likely to encounter in Montreal.




// A big THANK YOU to my project advisors, Marlon and Mrs. Serge, for giving me valuable information and guidance, and to Sandy, for encouraging and helping me throughout the process.//



Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

update 18/05/15: added "Homeless Simulator" to game name

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The game was really sad, but it addressed really important things that should never be forgotten. Thank you



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Thank you for playing and for the video playthrough, I listened to your commentary and am glad that you are care about the homeless!(Btw, yes, there are more than one ending :) )

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Hi! I am a Senior at Western Washington University in Washington State and am doing a project on Information Communication and Technologies for the homeless. I'm working with a group of students to develop a simulator similar to yours to help others understand the struggles of being homeless. I enjoyed playing your simulator and would love to talk to you more about how you created it. If you have any free time to talk about your simulator my email is dsand1126@gmail.com. Thank you!

Of course! I have emailed you :)