You Vs. Drugs
You take on the role of real-life agents who exist in your brain, where your own wit can rise to revert a worldwide devastation. The enemy can enslave anyone, anywhere. By embarking on an adventure that will defy your imagination, you will discover how drug addiction threatens humanity. By watching real neurological events, you will be empowered to better protect yourself, and the people you love —if you have what it takes!
The Drug Problem
only 4 million Americans had ever tried drugs (2.2% of people).
THE U.S. creates the Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs
to set the basis of an official international war on drugs.
It was the DEA’s predecessor agency”.
AFTER 50 YEARS OF WAR...
165.4 million americans aged 12 or older used a substance (i.e., an illicit drug, tobacco, alcohol, or kratom) in the past month (60.1% of people)”.
already abusing drugs at age 12 or 13 (...)
including tobacco, alcohol, inhalants, marijuana, and
prescription drugs such as
sleeping pills and anti-anxiety medicines.”
understanding of the basics of addiction will empower people to make
informed choices in their own lives”.
But how can we explain the neuropsycho-pharmacology of addiction to 12 - 13 year olds?
You VS Drugs
is the first brain-based
video game in the world
designed to prevent drug addiction
by empowering people with real knowledge,
so they can make better choices in their own lives.
By recreating real neuropsychopharmachological events through an adventure, anyone can learn the hidden dangers of drug use!.
1. “Parents can use information on risk and protection to help children develop positive preventive actions”
Parents can easily learn (among them/with their kids) how addiction takes over the brain, and its real risks!
2. “Educators can strengthen learning and bonding to school”, and address poor concentration associated with later onset of drug abuse”
Educators/Schools worldwide can include the game:
- — As a learning tool
- — So students bond by having fun among them
- — To keep high the level of attention
- — In their prevention services
3. “Community leaders can assess community risk and protective factors (...) to
best target prevention services”
Community leaders can add the game to the drug prevention strategies!
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