Neocolonialism (subalterngames.com) is a Marxist strategy game in which you attempt to extract as much wealth from the world as possible. 1-6 players buy government votes, manipulate regional parliaments, enact free trade agreements, and ultimately attempt to siphon capital into their secret Swiss bank accounts. You will negotiate, you will betray, you will pillage the world and ruin everything.
The Nutrition Game is a board game with supporting... more »
3C Institute has created Zoo U Assessment, an evidence-based computer game that assesses social skills... more »
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To help in the discussion, you might be interested in this Wellcome Trust compiled list of all the academic research relating to games: http://ludodemia.pbworks.com/w/page/67607594/Welcome%20to%20Ludodemia
Videogames provide a promising way for sharing research results with adult audiences, thereby increasing the impact of knowledge Law of the Jungle is a free game developed at Harvey Mudd College that translates insights from the social science research on what it will take to protect tropical forests. Geared toward Grade 11 through adults See rulechangers.org
With the UNEP calling it a global water crisis the need for better understanding of water and sustainability has never been greater. In an effort to bridge the gap in understanding this game event seeks to engage 11-17 year old students in taking control of a water supply in a fictional world of "Aqua Republica". More details at http://curtin.edu.au/ecochallenge.
While technically not a game, it is an incredible simulation that needs to be duplicated to represent other disasters in order to provide greater understanding surrounding reality, preparation, recovery, etc. Simulation asks - What decisions would you make as an earthquake survivor, aid worker, or journalist in Haiti after the earthquake?
assists college and university communities in creating a safe and
supportive campus for LGBTQ students. In the games, educators and students engage in a series of virtual role-play conversations with emotionally responsive avatars and learn how to respond when someone makes a biased comment, be supportive when a student comes out as LGBTQ, recognize warning... more »