US Embassy lends a helping hand in empowering Malaysian game creators


In collaboration with Biji-biji Initiative and Synapze, the US embassy today launched the ‘Games Bagus’ initiative aimed at empowering local games developers with the skills, tools, and necessary resources to help affect change in their communities through their games. — Photo by ELLA DON on Unsplash

KUALA LUMPUR: The United States Embassy in Kuala Lumpur is lending Malaysian game creators a helping hand in producing socially conscious games, with a focus on current issues like climate change, civic engagement and women empowerment.

In collaboration with Biji-biji Initiative and Synapze, the embassy today launched the ‘Games Bagus’ initiative aimed at empowering local games developers with the skills, tools, and necessary resources to help affect change in their communities through their games.

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