Agents at Save One Bank will embark on a mission in 18 months to doggedly pursue greedy financial executives. They'll confront villains who are misappropriating money, pummel them in fistfights and collar them one by one. Most of the agents won't always understand the intricacies of the financial industry - they'll learn on the job.
The bank's agents will be teenagers playing an immersive, interactive video game called Save One Bank that's in development. The goal is to teach high school students about investments and the banking industry. Shon Brooks, CEO of Brooks Financial and Entertainment Consultants, a financial planning firm in Coronado, Calif., decided to create the game amid the 2008 global recession.
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