Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality – Part Twenty-one

Since three weeks now we present to you daily some games of the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality. And while we reach the end of this article series slowly but surely, you should still pay attention to today’s highlighted titles, as you can find in them the answer how Stonehenge was really built, what placeholder characters in demo versions of interactive novels think about and what a mashup of “Sokoban” and Conway’s “Game of Life” looks like.

All games we featured in our twenty-first compilation video of the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality:

Virtual reality games:

Physical games, print and play games as well as tabletop role-playing games:

Soundtracks and albums:

Game assets:


Other software, engines and tools:

Zines, novels, short stories, comics and other literature:

Games we could not record (pure multiplayer games, games for platforms we cannot record on et cetera):

All parts of this article series:

Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five | Part Six | Part Seven | Part Eight | Part Nine | Part Ten | Part Eleven | Part Twelve | Part Thirteen | Part Fourteen | Part Fifteen | Part Sixteen | Part Seventeen | Part Eighteen | Part Nineteen | Part Twenty | Part Twenty-one | Part Twenty-two | Part Twenty-three | Part Twenty-four