A video game featuring emergency aid workers negotiating with armed rebels and a plane launching airdrops of food to starving people was launched by a United Nations food agency yesterday to raise awareness among the young over world hunger.
The Rome-based World Food Program presented the educational video game, called Food Force, at an international children's book fair in the northern Italian town of Bologna.
I wonder if you get bonus points for taking bribes and raping the locals.
UPDATE: I tried to ask them about scoring, but the e-mail address on their web site isn't working.
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 16:24:34 -0700 (PDT)
From: "W.C. Varones"
Subject: Food Force scoring
Do we get extra points for taking bribes or raping the locals like real U.N. workers do?