Video games and video gaming have been called many things, but rarely “productive tools for improving society.” Thanks to a new mobile game from Pixelberry that's about to change. A new game, launched by the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and Pixelberry and aimed at teenagers, is all about promoting body positivity and self-esteem. The game is part of NEDA and Pixelberry's “High School Story,” for iOS and Android—previous iterations of the game have focused on "anti cyber-bullying” campaigns that swept the Twittersphere not long ago. And though High School Story might (at first), seem like a guidance counselor's tool with little application for real life teens, it's actually proven its legitimate popularity: It's been downloaded over 10 million times since its initial launch last year. So here's the gist, for those who play: In this fictional “High School,” gamers can move around with Mia, a young girl who's conflicted ...
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