How will our games end? Today, we are increasingly capable of altering the world and our political, social and natural states due to advancements in science and technology. More than ever before, how we behave and the ethical choices we make can have far reaching consequences. What ethical pitfalls exist? Will our actions harm humanity or the natural world around us? Drawing from literary and visual art works spanning hundreds of years from different genres, this exhibit highlights basic ethical messages that can apply to modern day events. In the following exhibits, changes emanating from a broad range of scientific disciplines are considered: physical and environmental sciences (Cat’s Cradle); biology and computer science (Snow Crash); political science (Utopia and Red Harvest); as well as psychology (Red Harvest). Hopefully, by having heightened awareness of our actions as we participate in the game of life, we will avoid the ethical “sticky nets of human futility (Vonnegut 164)” for many millenniums to come.