Poverty is no game, but now an online computer game called “Spent” gives you the opportunity to see what it would be like to walk in a poor person’s shoes. Urban Ministries of Durham, N.C. — which provides food, clothing, shelter and supportive services for the needy — teamed up with advertising firm McKinney to create the interactive game, which illustrates the tough choices low-income people must make every day, and the real-life consequences of those choices. After players choose a job as a server, a warehouse worker or a temp, the choices get more difficult: Should you help your mom buy crucial medication even though it’s expensive? Should you let your child go on the school field trip, or let them sit in the school office all day to save $15? Should you pay to get your pet medical care, or let the animal suffer?Click here to see how well you could manage your money.