A Pakistani Youngster Develops Anti-Blue Whale Game – Research Snipers

A Pakistani Youngster Develops Anti-Blue Whale Game

Blue Whale Challenge, a game forcing depressed youngsters to commit suicide, a concept that is not just negative it’s inhuman. The light at the end of the hallway suggests that every disease has a medication and you can always replace negativity by spreading positivity around.

So here is what a Pakistan 18-year-old youngster developed. Waseem Gul developed a game similar to Blue Whale Challenge, 50- day game with 50 challenges, but the game is an antidote of suicide challenge. Instead of forcing individuals to hurt their own self, this game spread optimism in the lives of the players by making them realize how lucky they are to be alive. This app was uploaded by Gul on Media Fire.

Blue Whale Game killed many teenagers in Europe and India and it has just entered in Pakistan. It won’t be wrong to admit that Pakistani gave Blue Whale Challengers a ‘tit for tat’.

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The challenges in anti-Blue Whale game include doing 10 push-ups, waking up at 6:00 am, slicing an onion without crying, helping parents with house activities, doing something for the poor etc.
If an individual accomplishes all these tasks, he receives the message, “Congratulations you have become a Smart Blue Whale. Remember your life is a precious gift so do not waste it on strange challenges you find on the internet. The world is full of strange people, some of them will try to scare you in order to make you do odd things, if something like this happens to you, inform your parents or adults that you trust. Stay healthy and happy blue whale grandmaster.”

When you see youngsters like Gul trying to bring positivity in other’s lives, you feel hopeful that the world is not such a dangerous place to live in. There are those who want to challenge cruelty with love and positivity.