The Ins and Outs of "Do I Have a Right?"
The game I played was "Do I have a Right". It was where you just opened up a new law firm, hired the right people, and made sure to only take the good jobs.
The elements in this game are hiring new lawyers, accepting cases that would be won, denying cases that would be lost, advertising your law firm, buy new things for the desks, upgrade the waiting area, and make prestige.
All these things tie into each other in one way or another. First you must hire lawyers to take on the cases that you accept. Then you must accept good cases that your lawyers are able to win and deny cases that you know that your lawyers will lose. Next you advertise your firm to get more cases to win and upgrade the desks to help your lawyers learn faster. You also upgrade your furniture to make your clients more comfortable so they wont leave as fast, more will be able to wait and so on. Finally, all of this ties into the prestige. The lawyers, advertising, and upgrading things will cost prestige. However winning cases will help you gain prestige while losing cases will make you lose prestige.
You win the game by choosing the right clients to go to the right lawyers. You must match up the lawyers to the clients so that the lawyers know how to fight for the client because every lawyer has different skills. If you manage to do this correctly, then you will win the cases. If you do this wrong, then you will lose.
Someone would want to play this game because it teaches you. The more that you play, the more you see what cases go with which amendments and the more you play, the better you get. Since the more you play the better you get, people might want to play just for the enjoyment of winning. while other people will like to play because the like to defend others and help them with their problems.
iCivics Inc., . "Do I Have A Right?." Play Games - Our Courts. iCivics Inc., n.d.. Web. 16 Apr 2010. <http://www.ourcourts.org/flashgames/dihar/index.html>.\