It's like being caught in a violent video game that you just can't win because you run out of lives. You may do good at the lower levels, but in the upper levels, humans don't have the speed to do well. "Grand Theft Auto" and "Resident Evil" are two outstanding examples of these games.
The almost continuous wars in the Middle East could be one version of "Hell on Earth". Some of these wars like the 1956, 1967 and 1973 conflicts became board games.
In the 20th century, they were board games. In the 21st century, they were computer games. In the 22nd century, probably, virtual reality games. We all want to leave the game a winner, but with war games on higher levels that may be difficult to do. Make sure you have lots of lives.
The basic universal "Hell/Gehenna Game" is still around somewhere. You have to maintain your memory through many lifetimes to win it. Here a preview: www.hellfun.com . My version of it, of course.
Having lost at hellfun, there's no doubt, some evil spirits try to recover their losses by using humans as pawns in a game called "Body Count". This is a sad, degraded game where religious control is used to kill bodies and collect lost souls.