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RIOT - Civil Unrest is split into four campaigns (each with four stages) and sixteen single level scenarios. Players must play them as the protesters and the police.

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Indignados (Spain), No Tav (Italy), Karetea (Greece) and Arab Spring (Egypt) are campaings and contain the following levels (these levels are playable as single scenarios too, once beaten).

Indignados (Spain)

  • 15-M
  • NO!
  • Mossos Retreat
  • Pozo Soton

No Tav (Italy)

  • Maddalena’s Clearing
  • December 8th
  • The A32 Highway
  • The Beginning of an End

Karetea (Greece)

  • Bloko Keratea
  • Black Tuesday
  • Eftihis’ Ballad
  • La Fin

Arab Spring (Egypt)

  • Friday of Anger
  • Friday of Anger Pt. II / Friday of Anger Pt. III
  • Battle of the Camel
  • We won’t go! He will go!

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In addition, these are the sixteen single scenarios.


  • Rome October 15th – Roma Indignati, in 2011, 200,000 people protest against the influence of the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the government of Silvio Berlusconi.
  • NoMUOS - Protests occurred in Sicily after that the government approved the installation of several M.U.O.S. military antennas without the approval of the local citizens.


  • Syntagma Square - The anti-austerity movement in Greece involves a series of demonstrations provoked by plans to cut public spending and raise taxes as austerity measures.


  • Tahrir Library - An old library which contained thousands of ancient historical books, was burnt down during a riot near Tahrir square in Cairo.


  • Confederations Cup Riots - After protesting against the increased price of public transport tickets, the Free Fare Movement unmasked several corruption cases in the Brazilian government.


  • Chilean Student Protests - Students in Santiago protest to demand a new framework for education in their country.


  • Clichy sous Bois - After escaping the police, two kids get killed by electrocution in a power station. The two deaths caused riots across many suburbs of Paris.
  • Notre-Dame-des-Landes - People in the country side of Notre-Dame are fighting to stop the construction of a new airport for ecological and human reasons.


  • Nacional Bogotá University - As public universities across the country go on strike, thousands of students are discussing the next step on how to make sure the reform isn’t passed.


  • Foxconn Riots - In 2012 nearly 2,000 workers at a Foxconn facility temporarily shut down the factory as a sign of protest because of the apparently inhumane working conditions.


  • Korean Training - Based on the popular video, this map shows the extreme organization of the Korean riot police during an organized demonstration.


  • London Riots - Thousands of people rioted in cities and towns across England following the death of Mark Duggan, a local man who was shot dead by the police on August 4th.


  • Occupy Oakland - Occupy Oakland refers to a collaboration and series of demonstrations in Oakland, California that started in October 2011.


  • Gezi Park Turkish Revolution - Taksim Square, in 2013 the Turkish government planned to cut down all the remaining trees in Gezi Park to build a gigantic enclosed shopping area.


  • Ukrainian Revolution - The Ukrainian revolution took place after several violent events in Kiev that resulted in the ousting of the then-President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych.


  • Venezuela Riots - People protested in Venezuela in 2014-2017 against the government of Nicolás Maduro, as a consequence of corruption and shortages of basic products.
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