Welcome to Change! CHANGE is an emotional homeless survival experience set in a randomly generated city with rogue-like elements. ► Watch more here: http://bit.ly/ChangeHomeless
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Explore, survive, earn perks, find items and more to develop your character and escape to a new life.
Download Change A Homeless Survival Experience:
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An endless city to explore filled with randomly generated items, events and environments, unique to every playthrough
Develop perks by experimenting with different methods of survival
Beg, busk or work your way to finding a new home
Randomly generated "night events" lets you develop your own abstract story
Find companions, find shelter, find kindness
A complete weather system will force you to adjust your survival strategy in rain and snow
Build your own inventory with food, items for survival and more.
Unlock new items for your next playthrough as you progress
Buy items or steal from shops, spend a night in police stations, parks or shelters, spend time at bars, visit the clinic, study in the library, recycle scrap and more as you discover new areas and buildings
Experience a beautifully composed emotional soundtrack
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A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received a free download, merchandise, or any travel arrangements is supported by the developers.
Q. What is a sponsored video?
A. Due to FTC rules, all videos where I have received financial incentives to produce a video need to be disclosed. I will (and have been) disclosing these as sponsored.
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Being homeless is nothing like this, for the last week i ran off from home and stayed on the streets with my mates, we stole tents, food, drinks and anything else that really comes to mind, it seems like being homeless is the most teribble thing in the world but its pretty easy to deal with if you know what your doing...
Trust me when I say that I know how it feels to be part of an experiment simulating homelessness!
I was part of a social experiment in high school where homelessness was simulated and I slept outside for a night!
I slept in two refrigerator boxes put end to end and sealed with duct tape (it's REALLY cramped trying to sleep that way), the temperature outside at night in the middle of March plummeted than it was during the day, all the blankets and quilts in the world won't save you from the cold, and there are also mountain lions outside, as evidenced by the random yowl I heard in the middle of the night.
I was so glad for 5:00am to come and to go to my warm, comfy bed and sleep (enlightened, of course).
So next time you see a homeless just ask him why you need it for...if he/she is like ehh ehhh dont believe him if you see he/she is lying but if it says and you see its in crittical situation hugh him and give at least 2 dollars!😊
20:47 , What did he give me ?! HHHHHHH u really don't know? he was watching a beggar on the street sleeping on a chair and he came to u and give u something and then grind and bat ure back, it means he gave u a long hot-dog if u know what i mean.
As a business owner you'd have a lot of work experience meaning that if your clothes were new and you looked somewhat decent you could get a job and have the ability to rent a home possibly if it's extremely cheap and on the first floor.
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