"Hong Kong people have a very clear mind, that winning the elections was not the end of everything", he added.
"As a 40-something, we have not done enough for the younger protesters who are fighting for the freedom of our kids". It remains unknown who produced the game and whether the effort is in any way connected to the Chinese government.
The unrest in the city of about 7.4 million people started in June as demonstrations against a now-withdrawn bill allowing extradition to mainland China. The Hong Kong police were praised as saviors, not bullies.
Hong Kong's new police commissioner had said he would take a "hard and soft approach" to the demonstrations, where acts of violence would be treated harshly but other issues more flexibly.
Earlier on Sunday, Hong Kong police arrested 11 people for "possession of a firearm without a licence", marking the first time police claimed an illegal firearm meant to be used at a protest was confiscated.
She said she will explain "what the government had been doing, what more does the government want to do in the coming year, and what are the policy measures that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region needs from the central government in taking forward some of our major initiatives".
"We need Carrie Lam to reply to our five demands.We will keep going until she replies to our five demands".
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The violence in six months of demonstrations has escalated as protesters have torched vehicles and buildings, hurled petrol bombs at police, dropped debris from bridges onto traffic below and vandalized shopping malls, while police have responded with tear, gas, water cannon and, at times, live fire.
The protesters have sought to keep the pressure on the government with a combination of peaceful mass marches, like the one on Sunday afternoon, and more violent actions like shutting down transport networks, vandalising mainland-linked businesses and seizing universities.
Chief among the protesters' complaints Sunday was that police have been overly heavy-handed, making thousands of arrests since June. Kelvin, a 30-year-old salesperson who declined to give his last name, also said the protesters were "building our own economics". "We hope that this is just an over reaction to current events and that global business can constructively forge ahead", the chamber said in a statement.
They include democratic elections for Hong Kong's leader and legislature and a demand for an investigation into police behaviour during the six months of continuous protests. As darkness fell, they lit the way with thousands of cellphone lights and sang Hong Kong's unofficial anthem, "Glory to Hong Kong". On Sunday, police said they had found a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol, five magazines, 105 bullets and two ballistic vests, as well as fireworks, among other items, during a series of early morning raids.
"It's very unsafe. They'll beat you", she said.
Demonstrators said they believed that the turnout sent a strong message: The protest movement would not back down.
MATTHEW, 21: "We are geared up like this (in all black and gloves) but we think a peaceful way is the best way to beat the government".
"Sometimes it nearly feels like we are Sisyphus trying to push the rock up the mountain, even though it keeps rolling back on us", Violet said.