To answer your question, yes this exists.
The website "Thanks Obamacare," a project of ProgressNow Colorado and Colorado Consumer Health Initiative includes an online board game, The Game of Obamacare.
The game, modeled after The Game of Life, is strikingly reminiscent of "The Life of Julia," the project developed by the Obama campaign in 2012. Unlike the Healthcare.gov website, however, this site actually works.
Here's a glimpse of what you see during "The Game of Obamacare."
The front page of thanksobamacare.org previews what would have happened had I chosen "With Obamacare."
So, Senator Reid gets relief from the higher premiums expected to result from Obamacare, but the single mother down the street will not. Thanks Obamacare?
Clearly, Obamacare should be the *key* indicator of happiness during one's life. Ok then.