Spam Slam
from Paris JamToday 2014

About this Game

Spam Slam is a serious game intending to teach players how to identify different types of emails. Its core idea is that emails may be harmful, unwanted or legitimate. On the one hand, harmful emails (phishing, malware, identity theft…) may be objectively recognised. On the other hand, the difference between unwanted and legitimate may depend on the recipient. Some people are interested in financial products ads or chain emails.
Spam Slam uses cards to represent e-mails and characters. Players have to analyze the different fields of the e-mails and relate them to the characters’ interests in order to identify harmful, unwanted or legitimate e-mails depending on the recipient.




Sébastien Hock-Koon, Félix Sintes, Thomas Constant, Gabriela Danila