The Singapore Kindness Movement has launched a free mobile game to promote graciousness.
A team of four final year students from Singapore Polytechnic's diploma in games design and development took six months to design the game which is called "Kindly Ever After".
The game won first prize in the international Viope Game Programming Contest 2012 in Finland, beating 500 teams from 70 countries around the world.
In the game, players solve puzzles by passing beams of kindness through unkind spirits possessed by an evil spirit called Jink in order to turn them into kind souls. At the moment, the game has twenty different levels across two animated Singapore scenarios - a MRT station and a hawker centre.