In Lebanon, demonstrations decrying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fill the streets every day. Lebanese people from all ages call to cease this ongoing conflict. Three Lebanese artists came across a video game that encourages this conflict and rewards its user anytime a hospital in Gaza gets bombed or a child gets killed.
The game calls for more violence between the Israelis and the Palestinians. The more lives you kill the more points you get. These artists begin to develop a game of their own in response. The game is called Gaza Shield and its purpose is to protect as many children from the bombing as possible. The more lives you save, the more points you get.