German video designer, Kira Resari, has said his new video game is an “interactive experience” that was not meant to be fun, according to a report by JTA.
The game, titled “Anne Frank”, is focused on the day in October of 1942 when the young diarist wrote about her fears that a worker had discovered her family’s hiding place in Amsterdam. Mr. Resari remarked, “It’s more like you get carried away, touched, and perhaps moved to tears”. However, he would not give the ending away.
Resari said he wanted to contribute to contribute to ensuring that the Holocaust and the persecution of Jews would never be forgotten.
The game is not on the market yet.