Crash Zone

Australian Children's Television Foundation, 1999

Mike, Pi, Marcello, Bec and Ram are smart, creative but radically different kids who have just scored part-time jobs testing prototype computer games. It’s a blast, but it’s not just computer programs that are being tested - loyalties, friendships and values are also on the line in the funny, compelling world that is the Crash Zone.

Crash Zone explores the life experiences of a group of young teenagers, in the context of the 21st Century cyber world and the possibilities and dangers that this offers. This is a resource for discussing computer games as stories/texts, artificial intelligence, the Internet and themes of gender, violence and cultural values in computer games.

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