This undated image provided by Auroch Digital Ltd. shows the video game "Endgame: Syria." The new video game based on Syria's civil war seeks to illustrate civilian loss due to heavy fighting between Syrian rebels and government forces. The British developer of the video game says he wants to educate people about the conflict, but reactions have been mixed. Apple won't distribute it, some players find it insulting and one Syrian fan has suggested ways to make it more realistic. (AP Photo/Auroch Digital Ltd.)
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