Save the Hostages
About Save the Hostages
The darkness around me faded, revealing a pale green circle of daylight. I was laying on my living room floor, covered in blood. In front of me was a speaker and several other people were standing around it talking. Two men with black button down shirts and ties stood next to a man who looked like he might have been in his twenties but definitely wasn’t anymore. His eyes were closed tight, a white sheet covered him from head to toe. A woman sat on one side of the speaker, her hand resting on the middle of his chest as if she could push back the dark waves that threatened to take him over again. There was a third woman there too but I couldn’t see her face because she was sitting so far away from me that I couldn’t see anything about her at all. "You can let them go," I said quietly after taking a few breaths.
Everyone knows that the more hostages that you have,the better your chances of have you ever wondered why our society is so quick to put people into “protective custody” rather than saving them? In this blog post, we’ll explore the psychology behind how hostage-taking plays out in the media. Let's play the Save the Hostages to experience the task
Controls WASD = move Left-click = shoot Right-click = iron sight Mouse wheel / 1-7 = change weapons Left-shift = run C = crouch E = interact