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Scenes from "Quatre apparts et un confinement" © Mathias Hängärtner

On August 20th, dhCenter Yannick Rochat of the EPFL College of Humanities and UNIL Gamelab was interviewed by Swiss Public Radio, RTS about a new video game he created in collaboration with EPFL and UNIL students, Le Temps, and the Initiative for Media Innovation.

The interactive game, “Quatre apparts et un confinement” (Four Condos and a Containment) presents a series of interactive, choose-your-own-adventure stories that dramatize the lives of four fictitious neighbors in the same building. It aims to explore how different people struggle to adapt to confinement in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

Watch the interview (in French) on RTS 19h30.

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