This Game Teaches Players About Nuclear War Danger

This Game Teaches Players About Nuclear War Danger
Gaming & Play

Eric Orphan is a game that turns players into government agents that need to prevent nuclear warfare

Jiwon Kim
  • 18 november 2016

Fears billionaire businessman Donald Trump now could trigger the button for a global nuclear war have escalated since he won the election. The threat has become very real, especially in these tumultuous times. Swooping in to educate people about the realities of nuclear warfare is Epic Orphan, a game that turns players into government agents that need to prevent nuclear warfare by tracking weapons in unstable countries, eliminating nuclear materials and managing waste. 

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