My wife Alice's latest game commission for Channel 4 UK just went live: SuperMe is a series of mini-games and activities around the theme of mental health and resilience for teens, a game that lets you level up so you're "better at life." The work was done by our neighbors in London, Somethin Else
. As Alice sez, "It's about resilience: how to feel good when life chucks you lemons. How to be better at thinking positively. How to cope with (and learn to love) failure. I'm really pleased with this, because I think it's ultra key for our target audience of 14+ teens."
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