Games With a Purpose Jordan and Brodey

  • Games with a purpose are to showcase the best games that do more than just entertain. It is a selection of learning, serious, news, social impact and meaningful grades.
  • They are used not just for entertainment but also for learning, donating, and making an impact on many things.
  • The audience is people who not only enjoy video games but learning, news and even helping people out and making an impact.

Example: Free Rice

Free Rice is a game that might not be very entertaining because it is vocabulary questions but every time you answer a question right, 10 grains of rice are donated to people who may need food and can't afford it. It is associated with the United Nations.

Example: Kahoot

Kahoot is a learning game that is used mainly in school for students. You can make your own game on any subject you want and the player with the highest score wins. It can be very competitive and challenging.

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