Games can help people develop more complex narratives, and more awareness of systemic factors. This game is designed to get you to think about the surveillance system in relation to your data body without pushing you toward one solution or another. It presupposes that the player is a learning subject who will then go and investigate different solutions related to surveillance and privacy his or her data body.
No More Secrets is a game in which the players have to give up pieces of their personal lives in order to play it. It unfolds both online and in the real world, tracking the player, the information the player provides and the choices the player makes. At the end of the game, the player is handed a physical file folder that contains all the information gathered on the player throughout the game in addition to what might be concluded from it.
This project has been awarded an Outstanding Thesis Award by The New School.