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Game Over: A Generation Dying to Play

by Jeff Tobler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0985708700, Paperback)

Are video games as addictive as crack cocaine and meth? Why are so many children and young adults in a destructive downward spiral, even going so far as suicide? What are these games doing to the brain? Learn how to stop and even reverse destructive behavior, before it’s too late.

Game Over: A Generation Dying to Play exposes the hidden dangers and elicit content of today’s best-selling video games, including the popular MMORPG’s such as World of Warcraft, EverQuest, Runescape, Halo, Grand Theft Auto, and more, as well as exploring the highly addictive design of most video games, from consoles to mobile games, including popular “Casual” games, such as Bejeweled and Farmville ...even Solitaire.

Written primarily to Christian parents, Game Over is an unveiled, unapologetic, impassioned plea to turn our children from the allure of this world’s visual vices so that they set their faces toward Zion; beholding Jesus’ face—the Lord of Glory—and thereby transforming this next generation from glory to glory!

In the end, every parent should understand what is captivating their children, so much so that they are becoming a generation dying to play.

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