Game launched to to lift consciousness about dying row prisoners

Justice Project Pakistan has launched a sport to lift consciousness about discovering authorized assist for dying row prisoners and their households. 

Named ‘This Is (Not) A Game,’ the interactive on-line exercise is predicated on a multi-narrative fictional story and offers the participant two decisions on every interface, resulting in the ultimate end result – whether or not you have been in a position to save the prisoner on dying row or not.

Illustrated by Umair Najeeb Khan, every possibility within the sport has a rigorously curated photograph with it. The decisions gamers face are just like the alternatives individuals face in the true world.

The sport places one in a tough place because the participant tries to avoid wasting the lives of individuals on dying row, weighing the professionals and cons and concurrently taking care of oneself.

The sport was launched on World Day Against the Death Penalty, noticed on October 10. It sheds mild on how this ‘sport’ is a actuality for over 4,000 Pakistani dying row prisoners, whose struggles can span many years.

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