My game will be tackling the topic of how orphans feel and how they’re deprived of the simple basic things that we take for granted and do not give such great value. Scenarios that the players will go through will have the format of a question that puts the player in the shoes of the orphan and then commenting on the point discussed in the question by emphasizing the orphan’s situation in this point, for example 1) Q: how many moms do you have? C: you probably answered 1 but imagine having 5 moms throughout your life, none of whom is your mom who gave birth to you. 2) Q: how many sisters do you think you can have throughout your whole life? C: you probably answered average of 3-4 sisters/brothers but imagine having 20 sisters/brothers from the second you’re born. 3) Q: regarding your physical appearance, which member of your family looks very similar to you? C: you probably answered “my mom, my sister, my brother, etc.” but imagine having 20 sisters and 5 mothers/fathers, none of whom has the same features as you do. I’ll ensure good information about the topic by primary research (personal experience) because I go to an orphanage, and I see and observe how they live, how they feel, and how they appreciate the simple things and moments in life much more than we do simply because we’re used to having these things while orphans do not have these “normal” things. For instance, having a normal traditional family where you all look similar, you have one dad and one mom, and you have an average of 3 sisters/brothers, are all simple, normal, basic things that you usually do not give such great value but to belong to a certain entity (a family) is the dream of every orphan.