Soul Control - an anti violence videogame

In the last few weeks, videogame violence and its effect on kids has been in the public eye once again, with a dubious newspaper even offering to pay for stories about how playing your favourite Mario game made you stamp on your girlfriend's face, or something. However, one title looks like it could buck that trend.

Soul Control is an independent game set for release on 3rd April, has been created by twenty 16-19 year olds for "multimedia education" company Rollingsound. The young people taking part in the project, most of whom who were categorised as NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training) were taught skills in top computer game design software – including the same software used to create the movie Shrek – and then used their new-found skills to design and build their own game.

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