Players of the free game must avoid other people and collect PPE and healthy food to gain points.
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We have a proverb. I choose not to quote it. 🙂
mvp Personally, I can see the appeal of this for younger generations such as school kids, but it won’t appeal to teenagers and above. Nonetheless, a very good message and a decent way of putting it across in a format the younger generation can understand.
I agree with @phenomlab here. It’s a positive message, but not for everyone. If you consider the amount of teenagers playing first-person games, which are often violent by nature, it’s a little too - shall we say - “soft” for them ?
Some of the famous games are certainly not for children. Even some adults can’t bear it.
mvp Agree. Games have certainly become more violent over the years.
Not just violent. Worse than that.
mvp Worse than that.
Certainly agree here. In the UK at least, numerous murders have been committed on the back of such violent computer games.