An educational game signed Twitter provides a better understanding of the use made of our data on the platform.
The platform at the service of knowledge
The platform then offers us a platform game (we had to do this one). Who would have thought that being good at New Super Mario Bros. could help you understand a subject as complex as the privacy of your data at Twitter? If you are thirsty to learn and play a little old-fashioned flash game, the network invites you to ConfidentiaCité to unlock the mysteries of the Twittersphere.
Twitter Rush Info presents itself as a lovely pixel art project with pastel art direction by Momo Pixel that is immediately pleasing to the eye. With an adorable little blue dog that you have to walk through the streets of ConfidentiaCité, the game envelope does everything to please and make you want to learn.
Unfortunately, the realization itself is not amazing and the gameplay is pretty average to bad. The jumps are difficult and the hitboxes poorly programmed, which ultimately makes exploring the game rather tedious. Despite everything, the retro soundtrack is pleasant, and the whole thing creates a truly nostalgic experience of 2000s flash games of questionable quality. The objective was probably not to offer a game of this quality on a voluntary basis, but the recipe manages to remain effective, and we can only welcome Twitter’s initiative, far from the behavior of other social networks. .