Chelyabinsk resident created a board game in which everything is exactly the same as in the real life of teenagers. The project for inmates of orphanages turned out to be very much in demand in wealthy families.
The game players will find out what dangers they may face and what choices they must make. The simulator was created by former orphanage child Andrei Shadrin. Everything in it is like in real life – school, university, friends, bad companies, difficult situations and mistakes.
The outcome of the game depends on the decisions made: here you can get a profession and make friends or ruin your reputation and even go to jail. Thanks to this game, teens are improving their relationships with parents and classmates.
“I received a feedback from a social educator that there was a girl who was an outcast in the classroom and was constantly subjected to some violent actions. After the first game the girl is now met daily with hugs,” explains Andrei.
Initially, the “I am Human” game was created for orphans, but subsequently, it was also in demand by children from wealthy families.