I am 67 years old and don't like very much the "shoot em up games" I think it would not only be an experience for me and the young generation but, could also be a teaching tool as to how it was for ordinary people and children sitting in an Anderson shelter during an air raid in 1941 (and I don't mean the London underground). You could start off with being in the living room of a house and on hearing the wail of the banshee (siren) have to run to the shelter in the back garden as the bombs start falling. No electricity in the shelter just a couple of candles or if you had the money a hurricane lamp. I myself have only seen films and heard accounts from people who were there and what it was like but one cannot really understand until you have some sort of experience of the situation. You will never be able to recreate the fear but the experience of what it was like would and could be a lesson not only for my generation but those that still have to come.