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Pollution Video Game 'Hazy Days' Out Now, Straight From Shanghai
By Feb 5, 2016

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Great one for today. Shanghai-based game-designer Mike Ren, who also worked on that SPORTZ game we covered a while back, just dropped his [free] new "breathing simulator" Hazy Days.

Says Mike, "The game follows Xiao Feng, a young girl who is about to visit her Grandmother for Chinese New Year. Over the course of seven days, players control her breathing as she faces increasing levels of pollution in the city… China's air pollution levels are constantly covered in the media. With Hazy Days, I hope to humanize the issue so that the problem can be more relatable. Thanks for playing."

Check the preview after the jump.


Hazy Days | A Breathing Simulator Set in China from Mike Ren on Vimeo.


Note that the game is still in development so you might encounter some bugs. You can download the game for free on Mike's website.

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