PM Modi urges game creators to develop games addressing global challenges like climate change

New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the importance of Indian game developers creating games that tackle global issues like climate change and cleanliness. In a conversation with top Indian gamers, PM Modi highlighted the need for innovative solutions in gaming.

PM Modi engaged in a dialogue with prominent Indian gamers such as Animesh Agarwal, Mithilesh Patankar, Payal Dhare, Naman Mathur, and Anshu Bisht. He urged game developers to move beyond traditional shooting games and focus on addressing real-world challenges.

“World leaders talk about global warming and climate change… I have laid out an alternative method called ‘Mission Life: Lifestyle for Environment,'” PM Modi shared with the gamers. He called for games that explore sustainable solutions to global climate crisis and urged developers to think creatively.

The Prime Minister suggested creating games centered around cleanliness to educate children on the significance of these issues. He stressed the importance of developing games for change that not only solve local problems but also address global challenges.

PM Modi’s conversation with Indian gamers underlines the need for innovative gaming solutions that contribute to societal and environmental issues. Indian creators are encouraged to craft games that have a meaningful impact on players and the world at large.


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