ROCHESTER, N.Y. — ​A class at RIT is taking part in an international game design competition to help promote social pandemic behaviors.

"Flicker" is just one of four developed by the Games for Change class.

Students had three weeks to build games that touch on what the pandemic experience has been like for people of different backgrounds. The game focused on dealing with isolation while others focused on resource management.

This was all for Jamming the Curve, hosted by the International Festival of Independent Games.

All four of the RIT games are being hosted online to play for free.