Consentulip

(2017)

Consentulip is a mobile game about consent for the JAGGA Annual Game Design Competition, by Hesiquio Mendez, James Garbagnati, and Aubrey Isaacman

The player must engage with their tulip in order to take care of it. The tulip is more likely to bloom if the player touches it consensually because it will trust the player more; the tulip is more likely to die if the player touches it non consensually because it will trust the player less. We kept play non-pornographic because we wanted to create an opportunity for under aged players to experience consent and the conversation around it.

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I have been making games since 2011. My primary focus is on design, but I particularly enjoy...

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