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Submitted by rajeanak25 607d ago | news

'The Adventures Of Rubberkid' A New Game To Educate About Bullying

"Often we forget that video games are not only a device solely for entertaining the masses but they can also be a powerful tool to educate people as well. Video games offer a great way for the players to interact with environments in games to better immerse themselves. Due to the interactive nature of games strong messages can be imparted on to the audience much better than many other mediums." - Alex Wilkinson (Indie, PC, The Adventures Of Rubberkid)

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