A game telling drug

 
April 16, 2009, 11:04 am

 
a game telling drug   One of the staff of the University of Missouri (University of Missouri) Ipstayn Joel (Joel Epstein) has received a grant of $ 1 million from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA).
This scientist must spend money to create games that will tell the children about what happens when people start taking drugs. Interestingly, the author promises to change gameplay, depending on who is playing:a boy or a girl. Men`s version is more complex and competitive, and the female - more than social.
Draft extend for 4 years. The first 24 months spent to create the game itself and the other two years of testing it in schools in the area of St. Louis. During the creation of educational entertainment developers will closely consult with the 4 and 5 grade, teachers and staff of NIDA.
a very interesting idea, given that it already exists in the world game, which explains all the charm of the drug trade (GTA:Chinatown Wars).
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