It's funny you mention this, I'm working on building a game that uses parapolitics and some of the themes of RigInt in a fantasy setting. Here's a screenshot of a book I have in-game, which really is more a nod to the board than anything
(although I'll have to put in a Wizard Jeff as the ultimate author of it...)
In most cases real life names are obsucred/changed out of respect for the real people (I have fictional Cynthia Mckinney, Sybel Edmonds and other characters in the game, for example, but with their names slightly changed, and of course their histories, as this is fantasy.). The intent is to provide a key in the game at some point, indicating what things correlate to what things in the real world, so in a sense it could be used as a learning tool, as well (or at least an introduction to some ideas). I originally wanted to tell an alternative view of 9/11 in the game, but it has expanded both beyond that and contracted somewhat (the difficulty of translating modern things to fantasy). I plan to go into Fed Reserve chicanery, Prison- (and Military-) Industrial complex concepts, and explore "The Noble Lie" for players, among other things.
Game is still in development and I for privacy reasons don't want to post details here. But PM me if you are interested and I'll likely share. The game will be freeware - not something I'm trying to make for a profit or anything. Mostly to learn how to program games and marry two obsessions of my mine...