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How this man is using video games to help refugees
by Ryan Bergeron, CNN
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12 October 2020
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For a person in his mid-twenties, Lual Mayen does not have the typical upbringing one would imagine for a modern-day video game designer. He grew up in a place where every day was a struggle for survival. Mayen is a refugee from South Sudan who was born in the midst of his family's search for safety. ... [He asked himself]: How could he create a video game for peace and conflict resolution? Fueled by that question, Mayen began his mission to teach himself through tutorials how to code, design, and create his own video game from scratch. ... Chris Boian with the office of the UN's High Commissioner for Refugees says, 'What Lual's game does is it provides people engaging in that game an opportunity to contribute actual relief and assistance to refugees.'
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