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"little things" is an award winning prosocial game about teen dating violence. The game's narrative is revealed through "friendlink," a fictional social media site, allowing the player to experience the every day stories of Sam Edwards and her classmates.

little things was developed and designed by Berkley Staite (Canada), produced by Jennifer Ann's Group, and published by Life Love Publishing.

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Jennifer Ann's Group®
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorJennifer Ann's Group
TagsDating Sim, edtech, jag, persuasive, relationship, serious, serious-game
Asset licenseCreative Commons Attribution_NonCommercial_NoDerivatives v4.0 International
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LinksCommunity, Twitter, Game Portal


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It doesn't fit in the screen

Thank you for letting us know - we'll check it out!

Hmm . . . we haven't been able to test the game to see why it isn't fitting in the screen because the Unity Web Player has been deprecated. We believe some browsers still allow the Unity Web Player and so we'll keep this up for now but will eventually have to port it to another platform.

We're sorry for any difficulty.