ah but surely the game will not be asy easy as not killing antyhing and walking
across the level? smile
On 19 May 2011, at 16:49, Philip Bennefall wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> Personally I don't see this as a problem. You kill humans in games all the
> time, and that's just as harmless as killing monkeys since in both cases,
> it's obviously not real. You do not need to kill the monkeys in this game,
> but you can. So if people don't want to, they don't have to. I think this
> very much falls in the category of having to tell the difference between real
> life and games, whether it be when killing humans or monkeys or wolves etc.
> Kind regards,
> Philip Bennefall
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> Hi Philip,
> Many people would object to the killing of monkeys in a game.
> That is unless they could attack and harm you.
> The same would apply to dogs and cats.
> That is why in Monkey business, you can only net them and in Shades of doom
> the dogs are mutant and will attack you.
> If you want monkeys in the game you could say they were carrying a disease
> like rabies.Phil
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