Feminism & Consent

February 11 2018

Freshman Year

Freshman Year, Nina Freeman

Freshman Year is a vignette game about an ordinary night in the life a college freshman named Nina. Nina’s best friend Jenna invites her to meet up at a local bar with some classmates. Jenna is sort of flaky though, so Nina has to navigate the party by herself.
Content Warning - Abuse

Hair Nah

Hair Nah, Momo Pixel

A travel game about a black woman who is tired of people touching her hair without permission all the time.

Magical Girl Disorder

Magical Girl Disorder, Gabrielle Barboteau, Julie Robert, Camille Giraudeau, Julien Laguerre

Talk to your team of magical girls and encourage them to fight in order to save the world. The game explores intersectionality and the difficulties of working together as a group despite our differences. There are no easy answers in this game, and the consequences for failure are high.
Content Warnings - Racism, verbal violence, graphic descriptions


Mainichi, Mattie Brice

A game portraying the day-to-day life of the creator, based on her experiences as a multi-racial, trans woman. The game is intended as an experiment and commentary on the exclusion of minority voices and the hyper-personal in games.


SOLA, Augustina Isidori, Etienne Brunelle-Leclerc

SOLA is a game that represents the climate of tension, discomfort and fear that we experience while walking in cities where violence is embedded in our everyday life.
Content Warning - Street harrassment



Curtain is an interactive first-person narrative about Kaci & Ally, two queer women in a Glasgow punk band, which gives you a first hand experience of their destructive relationship. Players embody Ally coming home to their apartment after a successful gig as Kaci, your partner, watches and comments on every thought and action, creating an overwhelming, stifling atmosphere.

Gender Quest

Gender Quest, Gabrielle Bouchard

Trans life in Quebec is no joke. Between navigating dysphoria and a labyrinthine healthcare system, many trans people struggle to get their needs met. Chrissy, Lee and Amiyah are trans people in Montreal trying to figure it all out.

Am I Part of the Problem?

Am I Part of the Problem?, Elizabeth Sampat

Did you hurt someone? Are you having trouble coming to terms with it? Are you unsure what to do next? Am I Part of the Problem? will walk you through what you did, how and when to apologize, and most importantly, how to make amends.

Perfect Woman

Perfect Woman, Peter Lu & Lea Schönfelder

Perfect Woman is a game inspired by the ubiquitous personality questionnaires featured in women’s magazines and the female roles they define. (…) These can not possibly characterize the depth and complexity of a woman’s life.
The game is played with a motion sensor controller and asks the players to perform the different roles physically.