Explain to the youngest that the world is facing a pandemic and that some measures need to be taken to keep us safe in the easy, but there is a new game that can help. In Can You Save The World? Kids and kids can learn more about the importance of maintaining social distance in a fun way.
The aim is to navigate the street while maintaining a safe distance from other people. The more contacts that are avoided, the more lives will be saved. Along the way, the player can also earn power-ups by collecting masks, healthy snacks and even rare rolls of toilet paper.
The mission appears to be simple, but, as in real life, it becomes difficult to avoid contact when there are more people on the street. If you pass too close to people, the player gets sick and has to go to quarantine and, if you choose to start the quest again, the game starts with a different protagonist.
The project was born from a collaboration between Richard Wiseman, a British professor of psychology, and Martin Jacob, a young Frenchman who is finishing a master's degree in video games.
In a recent interview with the public, Martin Jacob explained that the process of creating the game had to take into account the way children see the world. Far from wanting to promote the idea that negative contact with other people, Can You Save The World? it wants to help young people to realize that it is necessary to respect safety rules.
The creation of Martin Jacob and Richard Wiseman quickly became popular on social media and now has more than 15,000 players worldwide. To start putting the youngest to save the world, you don't need to install any kind of program, because Can You Save The World? can be played directly on the website created by Martin Jacob.