A masculine figure in a red jacket stands on a ship. Beside him, a text overlay reads 'Spacebook' and features a number of fictional social media posts, which read: Zeanna Trai. Played some Spacebook games. Jo Spaceman. Going back to my quarters and hanging up my red (blood-stained) shirt for the day. Megalodon 9 Station Update. The Federation welcomes new employees aboard Megalodon 9. Please ensure your registration details are correct. Any incorrect details may not be changed. Thank you. Civer Tom. I had a great day at work. I almost went supernova. Tul Dakat. The fed then cuts off with a menu that reads, Friends, Check in, Events.'
  • Developer: The Tiniest Shark
  • Publisher: The Tiniest Shark
  • Year: 2013
  • Genre: Simulation
  • Platform/s: PC

Redshirt explores sexuality in a way that a respondent to the Queer Representation (2016) survey referred to as 'interesting'. Developer, Mitu Khandaker said the following in an article at Polygon: 'The way that Redshirt deals with sexuality is such: While our profiles define how we choose to present ourselves to others, whether or not other characters respect this is up to them.'

This has led to some positive and negative forms of representation in terms of sexuality, gender, and relationships. With some parts of the game intended to be social commentary—such as the bigoted treatment of the Asrion race—the game has received mixed opinions.

Still, Redshirt allows players to explore identities with an interesting level of freedom.