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Jewish Game Developer To Market Holocaust Game For Smartphones

09/10/2013
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The developer of a Holocaust-themed game which was rejected by Nintendo has announced plans to release his work for smartphone users.

Tempest In A Teapot

JC Penny has raised a feuhrer with its teapot that looks more like a despot. Our friends at JTA have compiled this video of other things that look like Hitler.

Is it Wii or Mii in the iGeneration?

When I hooked up my kids' new Nintendo Wii a couple years ago, I noticed that each player has to create their own Mii. The significance wasn't lost on me (or is it Mii?). As I set up this new video gaming device, I wondered if it would promote community or promote loneliness.

Would other kids join my children in the basement as they all took turns participating in an activity that prioritizes the Wii... or would each child find himself "bowling alone" with an interactive television in the basement thereby prioritizing the Mii?

Does technology enhance community or kill it?
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