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BBM on Mobile Gaming: No Internet Games Policy is Now Taboo

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos realizes that gone are the days when the no internet games policy is a must in every Filipino household. The world now shifts to the positive side of mobile gaming. This is definitely not about earning lots of money online. Supporting a child’s talent is the most crucial way towards a family’s happiness. Like one educator said; Why force a child to go to school when he or she wants to do something else? Let the young ones fail so that they can learn, he added.

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Game Consoles Not Needed

Boc, PS4 and Nintendo game consoles are not necessary anymore. A smartphone with IoS or Android programs can already run a mobile game. Once the app is downloaded, no internet games are possible to play with. The following mobile games can be played offline: Alto’s
Bloons TD 6.
Crossy Road.
A few Square Enix games.
Friday the 13th.
Hooky Crook.

Creativity and Diligence

Like any other online jobs, creativity, and diligence are a must. A self-starter already has many challenges by achieving his or her goal in creating a mobile game app or in merely performing well. Discouraging parents can only kill the spirit.

Young Millionaires

Brian Wong In 2010 along with his colleagues Courtney Guertin and Amadeus Demarzi, founded Kiip. It is a mobile app rewards platform that lets companies and brands give real-world rewards for in-game achievements. Kiip is active on more than 1,100 apps and on 75 million devices. These kids are just a few examples of the many success stories. Simply because they have the support in achieving their aspirations in life.

Unconventional Parenthood

In the Philippines, it is always the aim of most parents for their children to have a university degree. Sometimes, they are not mindful of what career can make them happy. It is found that people who love their work are the happiest people on earth. So, perhaps parents must change along with these innovative developments.

Fr. Jose Bosch Innovative Skills Training Advocacy Cooperative (ISTAC)

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