Futuristic Facebook game "America 2049" launched by Breakthrough
Futuristic Facebook game "America 2049" launched by BreakthroughDate posted: 2011-04-06 16:00:11
America 2049 (america2049.com;
#america2049) is a groundbreaking alternate reality game on Facebook that
presents a near-future America at a dangerous crossroads. Human rights are in
peril; democracy is on the brink of destruction.
You, the player, are an agent of the Council on American Heritage. Tasked with the capture of a presumed terrorist, you are sent into high-risk situations that challenge you to ask: What if? How close have we already come to America 2049? How can we work together—in real life—to build a better future?
America 2049 is the first Facebook game to integrate the social networking platform with many other resources, online and off: multimedia and interactive features, historical artifacts, clues planted across the Internet and real-life events at leading cultural institutions nationwide.
The game features appearances by Harold Perrineau (LOST), Victor Garber (Alias), Cherry Jones (24), Anthony Rapp (Rent), and Margaret Cho (Notorious C.H.O.), who generously donated their time to help put a face on complex issues. America 2049 was conceived and produced by Breakthrough (breakthrough.tv), a global human rights organization that uses the power of pop culture to advance equality, dignity, and justice.
See the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coM5uFy2--Y
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