) is a game commissioned by Channel 4 Education (http://c4education.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/hot-sweat/
) intended to educate players about the conditions in offshore clothing factories.
As the factory manager, you hire workers and control various working conditions, while trying to meet production targets and make profits.
While the game is well-designed and produced, I found the tone of the game somewhat contradicting the goals. After each level, there is some text describing some problems in sweatshop (which is easily skippable), yet the abuse and sexual harassment of the factory owner is played for laughs. There are options to share your accomplishments on Twitter and Facebook, so you can celebrate your proficiency in taking advantage of workers to maximize profits.
I'm probably overreacting, but making jokes out of the injuries, deaths, and horrible working conditions of workers, seems like more exploitation. The game's designer says, "my goal was just to make a really fun little management game where you could set fire to everything!" (http://www.fritzu.com/post/7796316661/sweatshop
Of course, given that I happily use products like the iPhone, which are produced under horrible conditions, I should probably accept that I'm evil anyway, and just play the game and enjoy it.