2020 is the year of the future. In early computer games and sci-fi movies, 2020 was considered the "future", with us living on Mars, making out with androids and playing with robot dogs. To this day, developer studios continue to draw future worlds with their games, worlds in which we might one day live. And they are more popular than ever before. The titles play in the future, are total works of art and tell about humanity in dystopian civilizations, but also about prostheses that make bodies stronger, more beautiful and faster and a society in which gender no longer plays a role.

Watch Dogs: Legion

Fri, Nov 13, 9:00 AMHall 12
Slip into the role of spies, drone experts, hackers or become a "street art artist". In Watch Dogs : Legion it is possible to play all characters, control drones, launch spider robots and use augmented reality capes!


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In a gaming corner, visitors can use the switch console to retreat and lose themselves in the playable graphic novel. Players slip into the roles of various characters. The focus is on the question of how the freedom of society can be regained - and at what price.


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Playing the future: Multi-user interactive 3D gaming experiences from Voxon. No headset, special glasses or other wearables are needed: People can gather around to visualize, communicate, learn, and play via a shared 3D holographic experience.

Occupy Mars

Fri, Nov 13, 9:00 AMHalle 12
Occupy Mars is a highly technical, open world, sandbox game about Mars colonisation. Build and upgrade your base, discover new amazing regions, conduct mining operations, retrieve water and generate oxygen, grow crops, fix broken parts, learn how to survive on Mars!


Fri, Nov 13, 9:00 AMHalle 12
Big Brother has arrived - and it’s you. Investigate the lives of citizens to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks. Information from the internet, personal communications and private files are all accessible to you. But, be warned, the information you supply will have consequences.


Fri, Nov 13, 9:00 AMHall 12
Democracy is a government simulation game first developed in 2005 by the British one-man indie studio Positech Games. In the fourth and newest part of the series, which will be released in autumn 2020, you play the president or chancellor of a democratic government.


Fri, Nov 13, 9:00 AMHall 12
The Retro-Arcades-Game by the Colombian media artist Camilo Sandoval deals with the political future of a nation.