I like the idea of having several different phases throughout the game because each one can address different difficulties that the immigrants would have encountered. At the beginning there can be a phase were you are making the necessary preparations to get you and your family on the boat. The next phase would be on the boat. Then there could be several different options once they arrive to America. On Monday I looked at a map of the Manhattan area which included tracks for public transportation. On the back it had advertising for a hotel specifically for Europeans to stay at. So there could be an option for the player to pay for public transportation and a hotel. There was also advertising for transportation to get to different cities in the US like Chicago. Each of these cities could be different options that the player can make throughout the game which provides them a unique experience depending on where they decide to go. On Monday I also looked at a book that was used in night classes to teach immigrants about basic US history, infrastructure, and how to properly speak English. This would be an interesting option for the player to make along with finding a job as they try to settle into America and make a life for themselves. The player will have to find a good balance as they try to make a living, take classes, take care of their families, find a place to live, and manage their funds. There will be different consequences depending on the choices that the player makes.