Game on: in Indian online adventure, players decide fate of trafficked child

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  • Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017

A 16-year-old girl with her hand decorated with henna stands inside a protection home on the outskirts of New Delhi November 9, 2012. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal/Files

CHENNAI, India: The mission is to save a teenage girl’s life. The weapons are informed choices and taking a stand, while at the end the player is asked to take a pledge to help children in real life. 

In (UN)TRAFFICKED, a new Indian online game, the aim is to prevent a 13-year-old girl from being trafficked into child slavery. 

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