iOS game developer Mobigame and French agency La chose have released a new game in recognition of the 50th Anniversary of Amnesty International. The game, Bulletproof, challenges players to quickly stop bullets from a firing squad executing a man condemned to death by an oppressive regime. Players stop bullets by tapping on the touchscreen as each bullet is fired and the game provides several levels of increasing difficulty; at each level the player must stop a specified number of bullets allowing as few as possible to get through. Bulletproof is available from the App Store for $1 with all revenues going to Amnesty International in support of its work defending human rights.
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