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  • Choose your character.. Man/Woman.
  • Where will the situation happen? Stadium. School. City. Work.
  • Are you handicap or not? Handicap. Not handicap.
  • What type of handicap are you? Mental; autistic. Physical: wheelchair.
  • You are lost and wonder arround. Don't ask for help. Ask for help.
  • Get rejected. Give it up. Continue searching.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • .... Find help.
  • EVERYONE IS HAPPY!.
  • Try for yourself. ....
  • FAIL. Give it up.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • You are having trouble getting up the stairs. Ask for help. Don't ask for help.
  • Get rejected. Give it up. Continue searching.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • .... Find help.
  • EVERYONE IS HAPPY!.
  • Try for yourself. ....
  • FAIL. Give it up.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Possible situations. See an autistic person wandering arround lost on the subway. See a person on a wheelchair trying to reach the button to turn the traffic lights red, so he can cross the street but he can't reach it because it's too high..
  • Do you help him? Yes. No.
  • Try again from the previous step .
  • What do you do? Try to search for help. You ask him to calm down and how you can help him.
  • The person tells you that she needs to take the subway to a certain place because she has a meet with a friend. You guide the person to the subway that she needs to take.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped the disabled person and both of you got your happy ending. Because of you attitudes you can be called a HERO!.
  • Get rejected. The person who you ask for help says the autistic person looks weird and crazy. Continue searching for help. Give it up.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • You find a police officer that offers to help the autistic person right away. The police officer shows the way to the autistic person.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped the disabled person and both of you got your happy ending. Because of you attitudes you can be called a HERO!.
  • Do you help him? Yes. No.
  • Try again from the previous step .
  • What do you do? Try to search for help from the police officer. You ask him to calm down and how you can help him.
  • The person tells you that she wants to cross the street and get to the other side but she can't reach the button to turn the traffic lights red. Press the button and help the person crossing the road to the other side.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped the disabled person and both of you got your happy ending. Because of you attitudes you can be called a HERO!.
  • Get rejected. The police officer laughs about the situation and tells you to let it go. Don't listen to what the police officer said. Continue searching for help.. Give it up.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Ask someone who is passing by if they can help you.. The person agrees to help. She presses the button while you help the person on the wheelchair crossing the road..
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped the disabled person and both of you got your happy ending. Because of you attitudes you can be called a HERO!.
  • Are you handicap or not? Handicap. Not handicap.
  • What type of handicap are you? Mental. Physical.
  • You are bullied by your classmates because you are different. You don't ask for help. You ask for help.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Tell your friend what is going on. Your friend tells the teacher what is going on. The teacher tells the other students that i they continue to bully you she will inform their parents and they will be punished. The other kids don't bully you anymore and you thank your teacher and friend. Your friend talks to the other classmates and asks them not to bully you and to leave you alone. The other kids don't disturb you anymore and you thank your friend.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • You are having trouble getting up the stairs. Don't ask for help. Ask for help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Another kid asks you for help to get upstairs because he is on a wheelchair. You help him. You don't help him.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped another person and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Are you handicap or not? Handicap. Not handicap.
  • What type of handicap are you? Mental. Physical.
  • You are bullied by your coworkers because you are different. Don´t ask for help. Ask for help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • You are having trouble getting up the stairs. Don't ask for help. Ask for help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Your coworker is being bullied because of his mental condition. Don't help. Help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped another person and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Are you handicap or not? Handicap. Not handicap.
  • What type of handicap are you? Physical. Mental.
  • You are lost and wonder arround. Don't ask for help. Ask for help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • You are having trouble getting up the stairs. Don't ask for help. Ask for help.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You got the help you needed and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.
  • Another person asks you for help to get upstairs because he is on a wheelchair. Don't help. Help the person.
  • WELL DONE! You've reached the end of this story. You helped another person and all turned for the best!.
  • GAME OVER!.