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      Default Afrikan Centered Video Game: KNOW THYSELF episode one: Young Heru

      Afrikan Centered Video Game: KNOW THYSELF episode one: Young Heru


      If you know a young man or woman who could benefit from a positive, conscious, fully immersive, Afrikan centered video game, this game is a great gift. It's also multi player, so people can play with each other over the internet or a local network, and fight together to help Heru survive and plant his own crops. Great lessons that teach health eating, self-determination, listening to elders, and knowledge of Self.
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      Default Re: Afrikan Centered Video Game: KNOW THYSELF episode one: Young Heru

      Happy to see "know thyself" game posted here! Bought it as zawadi for my son's this year. Support Bro. Nmuta Jones and MediaBreeze.
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      I'm just finding out about it. What do you think of it?


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      Just received it 2 days ago and haven't opened the box, but I did view the on YouTube.

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      Ok. Now I've attempted to play it. I like this game and the values it teaches --- even though the wild boar did me in on level one
      My nine year old was able to navigate through to level five by planting crops and harvesting at the right time; eating the right balance of nutrients; getting advice from elders and with judicious use of his Ra force, Hawks and other powers against the adversaries in the game. Never thought I would ever give such a high tech zawadi to my boys.

      Nice game.
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