Video game teaches ways to prevent domestic violence

By News Staff

news@abc6.com

How many middle schoolers can say they helped build a video game?

The kids at the highlander charter school in providence developed one from the ground up. With a non–profit group called sojourner house.

The game called “the real robots of robot high” is designed to teach the people about teen dating violence and bullying.

It has a story role which you get to play as multiple characters.

The project was funded by a 1 million dollar grant.

If you'd like to check out the video game a free beta version is available to those who sign up before the end of the year.

www.realrobothigh.com