Well… my first thought was somewhat similar.
But after thinking about that for just a moment longer, i quickly realized how silly i was.
What is the difference of this to say, virtually any shooter? Or even „worse“, a wargame?
We are talking about games here, not real life.
Violence and war are not intrinsically evil. They can be evil, good, or possibly neutral depending on the context.
For example, a shooter where you play a character using violence against evil can re-enforce positive messages of resistance to aggressors. There is nothing wrong with this.
A shooting game where you gun down innocent people is indeed negative, and is propaganda for nihilistic cruelty.
Propaganda is used universally because it works
in changing people's morals and opinion.
The idea that media does not influence our thoughts and actions is nonsense if it didn't advertisers would not spending billions of dollars on ads to alter our decisions.
Possibly I am wrong, but this game appears to be propaganda for evil.
Also, it looks like a crudely made, boring game, which is almost as bad.
Play this stupid game if you want, be realize the garbage you put in your head changes your thinking and will eventually come out in your actions.
Is there non-evil propaganda?
Sure. Propaganda to get people to brush their teeth.
It woud be if the toothbrush was given out for free or just enough money to cover the production cost (a toothbrush only costing the production cost will newer happen)
and the toothpaste too but since those things have brands and big companys behind them that earns money on them
one can argue that these companys then promotes greed or the consumer market (too much money can be a bad thing and too much consumerisms have a bad impact on the enviroment/nature).
An alternative coud be that the profit had gone back to the society in some way instead of in the pockets of teeth companys but i dont think that will happen