Flash Game Says Nintendo's Console Manufacturing Supports Slave LaborOwen Good6/19/13 2:30pmFiled to: nintendoconflict mineralsafricawii uwalk freeenough projectcongoactivismflash games791EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkNintendo is again being chastised by activists for not ensuring that minerals mined by slave labor in African conflict areas are not used in the manufacture of their electronics. Nintendo is criticized annually for this, but this time the activists have made a Super Mario game to underscore their point.It's the work of something called Walk Free, which also recorded a podcast featuring Sasha Lezhnev, whose Enough Project is the one constantly rating Nintendo "dead last" among 24 major electronics firms, worldwide, for their efforts in keeping conflict minerals out of their supply chain. Lezhnev also wrote an op-ed on this subject for Kotaku back in 2010. ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.