Arkansan creates computer game to spread awareness of refugee crisis
You, the player, are the camp manager. In order to win, you need to help your camp thrive while helping the Murians survive.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — It’s the age of technology where thousands of hours are spent on a computer or playing video games.
One Arkansan recognized this, so she is helping to spread awareness of today’s global crises with her own computer game.
As a part of her college senior capstone project, Arkansas native Sophia Nelson and her teammates created ‘Resilience.’ It’s a city-builder game that aims to educate players about the refugee crisis around the world.