A game that claims "there's no way back?"
A game that preys on vulnerable teens?
A game that's controlled by a lonely geek sat behind his computer in a dark room?
You really DON'T want to play the game!
Go and find some cat videos on YouTube instead.
What are you doing here? Tell me in the comments below.
Well, if you're sure, here's your chance...
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If you're stupid enough to want to play this game then you're going to have to search hard. Assuming it even exists, it's not out in the open. You can't find the game on Google or even on a Facebook page.
According to news reports it exists in closed groups and in private messages with the game administrators often choosing their victims rather than the players themselves seeking out the game.
Perhaps you're just looking to troll the admins, to expose them or to seek revenge but remember, anyone who encourages a vulnerable teen to take their own life is sick and you don't know what people like that are capable of.
Clicking a link they send you or downloading a file could expose a security vulnerability on your phone or computer and allow the admin to steal your personal data which they could then use to blackmail, manipulate or trick you into playing.
If you'd like to talk to someone about suicide, there is free help available and someone willing to listen to you:
In the UK, the Samaritans
can be contacted for free on 116 123, or visit Mind
In the US, call 1 (800) 273-TALK.
In Australia, Lifeline is on 13 11 14.