Friday, 26 August 2011

Play the end

Commissioned by Channel 4 Education, The End is a free online game. The game has been released this month and is aimed at 14-19 year olds, taking them on a journey of self discovery. Puzzles, strategy and philosophical questions are all part of the animated world that takes the player on a 'metaphysical journey' to reveal attitudes towards morality.

The player can measure their views alongside some of the most important thinkers of our time, Gandhi, Descartes and Einstein, with each level set across three worlds, Mind, Body and Spirit. The ultimate prizes are 'Death Objects' which deepen a player's contextual knowledge of death and help them progress through the game.

Produced by the award-winning games studio Preloaded, with content from Tom Chatfield, the game boasts some fantastic illustration work from Luke Pearson. It's worth having a play for the illustration alone, but is also refreshingly easy to navigate and explore without having to sign up to endless spam emails or parade across social networking platforms.

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