How gaming and technology can be a force for change | The World

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Can video games change the world? As part of this year’s Melbourne International Games Week, “Games For Change Asia-Pacific” has invited developers from throughout the region to share projects that engage players in a range of issues – from tackling domestic violence, to understanding other cultures. Manny Tsigas reports.

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