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Serious game about the human tragedy of migration. Live the experience of a young migrant from their place of origin to change the usual perspective from which this problem is focused.
Video game developed in Algeciras entirely by young Spaniards, along with young migrants and refugees, with the support of the Alliance of Civilizations of the United Nations and Omnium Lab Studios, which counts in first person the odyssey of social inclusion, going through all stages of the Migration trip.

Survival lives on in the video game experience of thousands of people fleeing war, hunger and very difficult living conditions, who embark on a dangerous journey to find a better life. They experience the same feelings when they leave their places of origin, when they play their lives crossing the Mediterranean, when they flee on the beaches to try not to be located, when they try to find people who help them to reach their objectives and when they collide with the legislation And with the society to try their social inclusion. It achieves the goal of overcoming fears, prejudices and social barriers by killing the final monster.

Survival is a serious game that seeks to educate the player about the reality of thousands of people who are facing the tragedy of migration. It puts the player in the shoes of these people, to try to change the focus, the perspective with which this problem is analyzed in our social contexts.
The video game was developed entirely by young Spaniards along with young migrants and refugees in the Strait of Gibraltar with the help of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the development company Omnium Lab Studios. It is they who have wanted to tell their experiences through the game.

In Survival, you will pass through different worlds, depending on each stage of the migratory journey. Each of these worlds corresponds to a different game mechanics, so the player can find games of conversation, balance, runners, platforms ...



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Milosz Waskiewicz