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U.N. video game encourages kids to feed, not kill
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/14/2005 08:02:00 PM.

The jungle territory that hides lurking rebel forces makes it look like a shoot-em-up adventure, but in this video game -- from the U.N.'s food aid agency -- the aim is to feed the masses rather than blow them away.
The U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) hopes the game "Food Force", in which players direct aid workers trying to help the poor, will teach children about the problems of feeding the hungry, especially those trapped in war zones.
"So many parents complain about the blood and gratuitous violence that kids are so frequently exposed to in video games. This is a fun action-packed alternative," said WFP spokesman Neil Gallagher, launching the game on Thursday.

Source : Reuters

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