Children are different these days.
Well, OK, not that different really. They still play with dolls and stuffed animals up until a certain age, then they hide that stuff away when friends make fun of them for it, but still really play with Barbie and Bear when no one’s looking.
But kids also play a computer game called Minecraft that involves locating resources, such as gold and iron, and using those resources to build elaborate houses, castles and other structures.
Minecraft seems to create many risk management teaching moments.
Maybe someone involved in the creation of the game has a day job as an actuary.
Maybe one of those actuaries who specialize in writing scary reports about natural disasters and mass terrorism incidents.
Hostile mobile entities — and nasty live-human players — are always breaking into game worlds and destroying the carefully-created buildings. Sometimes, when the owners of the servers have to clean out old and corrupted files, beautiful castles that took weeks to create simply disappear.