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Riot contains four main campaigns, simulating real events, which have been influencing the wester civilisation the past few years.[1]

Italy - NoTAV movement
Greece - Battle of Keratea
Spain - Indignados movement
Egypt - Tahrir Revolution

According to the official site, more scenarios around the world can be unlocked.

Main Campaigns[edit | edit source]

Indignados (Spain)[edit | edit source]

written by Leonard Menchiari and José Antonio Sánchez Parrón

15-M[edit | edit source]

Event description
May 15, 2011
  • Map_name: INDIGNADOS_2
  • Location: Sol square, Madrid, Spain
  • Time: Night, clear
  • Rioters violence level: very low
  • Police violence level: high
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective: Eviction

NO![edit | edit source]

Event description
June 15, 2011
  • Map_name: INDIGNADOS_3
  • Location: Catalunya square, Barcelona, Spain
  • Time: Day, clear
  • Rioters violence level: dynamic
  • Police violence level: dynamic
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

Mossos Retreat[edit | edit source]

Event description
:*Map_name: INDIGNADOS_4
  • Location: Catalunya square, Barcelona, Spain
  • Time: Day, clear
  • Rioters violence level: dynamic
  • Police violence level: dynamic
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

(bonus) Pozo Soton[edit | edit source]

Event description
July 4th, 2012
  • Map_name: INDIGNADOS_1
  • Location: Pozo Soton, Spain
  • Time: Day, cloudy
  • Rioters violence level: heavy
  • Police violence level: heavy
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

NoTAV (Italy)[edit | edit source]

written by Leonard Menchiari and Noemi De Cicco

Maddalena's Clearing[edit | edit source]

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December 8th[edit | edit source]

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The A32 Highway[edit | edit source]

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The Beginning of an End[edit | edit source]

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Keratea (Greece)[edit | edit source]

written by Leonardo Bianchi, Leonard Menchiari' and Κωνσταντίνος Ελευθερίου-Γκίνης

Bloko Keratea[edit | edit source]

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Black Tuesday[edit | edit source]

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Eftihis' Ballad[edit | edit source]

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La Fin[edit | edit source]

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Tahrir (Egypt)[edit | edit source]

written by Leonard Menchiari and Mostafa Hossam

Day of Anger[edit | edit source]

Event description

Friday of Anger pt. I[edit | edit source]

Event description

Friday of Anger pt. II[edit | edit source]

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Battle of the Camel[edit | edit source]

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We won't go! He will go![edit | edit source]

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Unlockable Maps[edit | edit source]

Burned Library (Egypt) - After completing Tahrir with the Rebels - needs to be built[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_TAHRIR
  • Location: Cairo, Egypt
  • Time:
  • Rioters violence level: brutal
  • Police violence level: brutal
  • Police organization: 20%
  • Objective:

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Clichy Sous Bois (France) - After completing Tahrir with the Police[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_CLICHY
  • Location: Clichy Sous Bois, France
  • Time: Night, clear
  • Rioters violence level: high
  • Police violence level: medium
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

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Notredame Des Landes (France) - After completing NoTAV with the Police[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_NOTREDAME
  • Location: Oakland, CA
  • Time: Night, clear
  • Rioters violence level: mild
  • Police violence level: medium
  • Police organization: 80%
  • Objective:

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Syntagma Square (Greece) - After completing Keratea the first time[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_SYNTAGMA
  • Location: Syntagma Square, Athens, Greece
  • Time: Day, clear
  • Rioters violence level: high
  • Police violence level: high
  • Police organization: 40%
  • Objective:

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NoMUOS (Italy) - After completing NoTAV with the Rebels[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_NOMUOS
  • Location: Catania, Italy
  • Time: Day, clear
  • Rioters violence level: mild
  • Police violence level: medium
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

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Rome October 15th (Italy) - After completing Indignados with the Police[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_ROME
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Time: Day, clear
  • Rioters violence level: medium
  • Police violence level: medium
  • Police organization: 70%
  • Objective:

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USA - After completing Indignados with the Rebels[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: B_OAKLAND
  • Location: Oakland, CA
  • Time: Night, clear
  • Rioters violence level: mild
  • Police violence level: medium
  • Police organization: 85%
  • Objective:

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Bonus Maps[edit | edit source]

2013 Confederations Cup riots (Brazil) - needs polish[edit | edit source]

After protesting against the increased price of the public transport tickets, the Movimento Passe LIvre (Free Fare Movement) was able to unmask many more corruption cases in the government, including the 2013 World Cup multi-billion dollar financial scandals. As a response, the government sent police forces to brutally repress the protests. The protests and clashes were censured on the Brazilian television, but thanks to thousands of independent videos and pictures shared through social media the information spread out quickly throughout the rest of the world.

  • Map_name: B_BRAZIL
  • Location: São Paulo, Avenida Paulista
  • Time: Night, clear
  • Rioters violence level: medium
  • Police violence level: high
  • Police organization: 60%
  • Original Objective: Eviction

Gezi Park (Turkey) - needs polish[edit | edit source]

Written by Berkan "Slavez" Cesur

In 2013 the Turkish government planned to cut down all the remaining trees in Gezi Park to build a gigantic enclosed shopping area.

On May 28th, activists decided to contest against the construction by occupying Gezi Park. At 5AM the police received the order to clear the area with tear gas and water cannons without any kind of warning. People in their tents were brutally injured and the area was violently cleared off. Few hours later the information spread out mostly through social media, and many reunited in Taksim Square to manifest against what just happened.

  • Map_name: B_TURKEY
  • Location: Turkey, Taksim Square
  • Time: Mid-day, sunny
  • Rioters violence level: mild
  • Police violence level: heavy
  • Police organization: 60%
  • Original Objective: Eviction

Euromaidan Revolution (Ukraine)[edit | edit source]

Information taken from Wikipedia on September 6th, 2015

The Ukrainian revolution of February 2014 (also known as the Euromaidan Revolution or Revolution of Dignity Ukrainian:Революція гідності) took place after a series of violent events involving protesters, riot police and unknown shooters in capital Kiev that resulted in the ousting of the then-President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych. This was immediately followed by a series of changes in quick succession in Ukraine's sociopolitical system, including the formation of a new interim government, the restoration of the previous constitution, and the call to hold impromptu presidential elections within months.

  • Map_name: B_UKRAINE
  • Location: Kiev, Ukraine
  • Time: Mid-day, cloudy
  • Rioters violence level: brutal
  • Police violence level: brutal
  • Police organization: 40%
  • Objective:

Venezuela - to do[edit | edit source]

Information taken from Wikipedia on May 15th, 2017

In February 2014 major opposition protests began with student marches led by opposition leaders across Venezuela simultaneous with the national celebrations for the bicentennial year anniversary of Youth Day and the Battle of La Victoria. Opposition leader Leopoldo López was detained shortly after, being charged with the deaths of protestors and arson, sparking massive protests.

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FOXCONN Riots (Taiwan)[edit | edit source]

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S.Korea[edit | edit source]

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Chile - to do[edit | edit source]

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Additional Maps (optional)[edit | edit source]

These maps will be added if all the additional maps will be completed

Colombia - ? - to do[edit | edit source]

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London Riots (UK) - ? - to do[edit | edit source]

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Easter Eggs[edit | edit source]

Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Event description

  • Map_name: ?
  • Location: ?
  • Time: Night
  • Violence level: extreme