Serious (and silly) Game “Get Good Karma”

Due to twitter, i stumbled into this amusing little example of a “good game.”  Good as in a game with an ulterior social goods purpose or message.  Serious games.  That is what othes call them.  Like here.

Get Good Karma. 

You wander around doing good things.  And you get points.  How big is it?  I dunno.  You can regsiter to save your progress.

Supposedly its supposed to encourage community activism and voter registration.  How, I fail to see.

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