By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A new computer game developed and created in Brazil, will explore the culture and history of the Kaxinawá people, an indigenous group in the Amazon forest of Brazil and Peru. Scheduled for release in April, the game entitled, Huni Kuin: os Caminhos da Jiboia (Huni Kuin: The Way of the Jiboia/Snake) was developed by anthropologists, visual programmers, designers and members of Kaxinawá or "huni kuin," the name they use to refer to themselves which means 'real person.'

For gameplay, players can choose one of two Kaxinawá children to lead . . .

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