We Become What We Behold is a short point-and-click game. The 5-minute game explores the themes of news cycles, vicious cycles, and endless cycles. Act as videographers and capture moments with their cameras. The world will perceive it in a positive or negative way depending on you.
The underlying meaning in this game is a profound statement that reflects the idea that our thoughts, actions, and behaviors are influenced by what we focus and pay attention to in life. It suggests that our perception of the world and the information we take in can shape our beliefs, attitudes and ultimately our identities.
The game also highlights the power of self-awareness and conscious choice. By recognizing the influence that external factors have on us, we can make deliberate decisions about what we expose ourselves to and actively shape our experiences and perspectives. We can choose to seek out positive influences, cultivate healthy relationships, and engage in activities that align with our values, thereby shaping a more positive and authentic version of ourselves.
There are two dimensions that help you shape the world positively or negatively.
With a negative bias, we continuously expose ourselves to negative or toxic influences, such as violence, hatred or fear, which can have a detrimental impact on our psychology us and contribute to creating negative behaviors and attitudes, thereby creating a world full of negativity.
On a positive note, if we surround ourselves with positive influences, such as kindness, compassion and inspiration. We are more likely to embody those qualities and reflect them in your actions, thereby creating a world full of positivity.
This game emphasizes the impact of our surroundings, experiences, and the information we consume on our thoughts, behaviors, and overall character. It encourages us to be mindful of the influences we allow into our lives and to actively seek out and engage with positive and uplifting experiences that can help shape us into the best versions of ourselves.