MISSING is a reality based adventure game designed to allow players to experience what an abductee goes through when she is trafficked into the inhumane and cruel world of prostitution, a world into which millions of girls are lost every year. Assume the role of Champa, imprisoned in the red light area of the city, making choices and assessing risks for herself to find her way to the elusive freedom. The game idea and concept is good but it has lot of bugs and can be frustrating sometimes.

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25 thoughts on “Missing”

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  2. I have mixed feelings about someone making a “game” about such a serious and devastating plight. The exposure of the problem is great; having “fun” through it is troubling. Thanks for the review. Even a review related to human trafficking helps to shed light on the issue.

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