The developer of a Holocaust-themed game which was rejected by
Nintendo has announced plans to release his work for smartphone users.
British game developer Luc Bernard, 26, announced his plan on the
website Indiegogo, a crowd-sourcing platform which helps developers and
inventors find funding for their products.
Bernard made headlines in 2008 with his game “Imagination is the Only
Escape,” which he developed for Nintendo and which looks at the events
of the Holocaust through the eyes of a child.
But the gaming giant eventually decided not to buy and market the game
because it was deemed unfit for children, according to the New York