Images previewing the game show on-screen graphics totalling the number of cops and "civs" (civilians) killed.
If developer Revived Games and publisher Acid plan to release the title on the 6th of June, as per its current Steam listing, then they're going to have to fight off numerous protesters in order to do so.
This might not be without rational, as violent video games are protected under the First Amendment of the constitution as of Brown Vs. Entertainment Merchants Association, whereas obscenities and lewd content are not (with regard to people under the age of eighteen).
"It's disgusting that Valve Corp.is trying to profit from the glamorization of tragedies affecting our schools across the country", Petty told the newspaper.
The game claims to feature a "variety of real life weapons" and "real life situations".
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The game's publisher told the newspaper that it "does not promote any sort of violence, especially any [sort] of a mass shooting". It's called 'Active Shooter, and it simulates a gunman terrorizing a school.
"The last thing we need is a simulated training on school shootings", said Pollack, the founder of the school-safety advocacy group Americans for CLASS.
The marketing description of the game includes a disclaimer, as Acid clearly anticipated a public backlash: "Please do not take any of this seriously".
The developer, a small shop called Revived Games, did not have contact information listed.
Players playing the role of the shooter will be able to earn "game stats" such as how many police officers or civilians they kill. One local mom said it's all about letting kids play video games in moderation, and watching out what they're exposed to. It is not actively involved in the game's development. Valve itself did not create the game, but is providing the platform for people to access it. This is only meant to be the simulation and nothing else.
Steam is developed by the Bellevue, Wash. - based company Valve.
This does call into question whether or not Active Shooter went through any review process during its induction onto Steam Direct, which seems to allow any title to be published provided the $100-fee is paid up front. "After receiving such high amount of critics [sic] and hate, I will more likely remove the shooters role in this game by the release, unless if it can be kept as it is right now".