Don’t Lose Hope: Here’s Pink Whale Challenge, the superhero to fight evil ‘Blue Whale Challenge’The Pink Whale Challenge is here to save the world from its twin evil brother 'The Blue Whale Challenge'
The world has lost a bit of hope in humanity after knowing about the evil ‘Blue Whale Challenge’. The grotesque game is intentionally created by a mentally-deranged man Philipp Budeikin to emotionally manipulate teenagers and drive them to suicide. This game has been wreaking havoc around the world since 2015, but it came to notice of Indian citizen only when a 14-year-old Mumbai kills himself by jumping off the seventh floor of a building. But amidst this evil-minded game, there’s a superhero ‘Pink Whale Challenge’ to counteract its evil twin brother ‘Blue Whale Challenge’. If you’re wondering what the Pink Whale Challenge is, read about it here.
What is Pink Whale Challenge?
It is nothing vice like the Blue Whale Challenge that intends to kill innocent teenagers. The sole aim of this game is to spread love and happiness and counter the damage done by the online suicide game. It is also known by the name ‘Baleia Rosa’ game. It was created in Brazil in April and in no time, it became immensely popular. It has more than 300,000 followers on Facebook and 45,000 on Instagram. Even the subscription list is overloaded. If you’ll go to their homepage and try to register yourself for the game, it will say, “Sorry, the game is currently oversubscribed. Your email address has not been added.”
How the Pink Whale Challenge is played?
Just like the Blue Whale Challenge, the Pink Whale Challenge also involves a series of 50 challenges, the difference being that the tasks are loaded with ‘love’. While the Blue Whale Challenge inspired people to inflict self-harm and suicide, Baleia Rosa promoted positivity, love and spirit to save lives.
One of its tasks is to write ‘how much you love someone’ using a marker on your hand, while Blue Whale Challenge involved carving blue whale using a blade. Apologize to someone, forgive someone, unblock a friend on social media, shout I Love Myself on the middle of a street, tell your parents how much you love them, etc. These are mere few segments of the 50 tasks in Pink Whale Challenge.
While in the Blue Whale Challenge, the ultimate task was to kill yourself, in Pink Whale Challenge, you have to help someone or donate to an organisation in the end. You can download ‘The Pink Whale’ easily on your Android and iOS for free.
Are you up for the Pink Whale Challenge?