CodeSustainable’s Outbreak Responder is a time-management game that places the player in charge of malaria control projects. The game focuses on showing the general dependencies and relationships between the actions taken against malaria and its outcome. The goal of the game is to show and teach the individual elements of the fight against malaria and their interlacing.
About Code SustainableCode Sustainable creates addictive, compelling and - above all - fun games around real life challenges that face our world today. They think that a game that puts you in charge of a country, where you have to figure out government revenue, build up your country and deal with neighbors can be just as much fun as any other simulation game. CS's partnership with the Millennium Institute gives them access to some of the most realistic simulation models currently existing. They model not only the economy of a country, but also its environment and society.
by Code Sustainable on March 21, 2013
by Code Sustainable on February 26, 2013
Roughly half a year has passed since delegates from all over the world met at the Rio+20 conference in Brazil. Just in time for the conference Game Change Rio was launched on Facebook. Since then players from all over the world have taken on the challenge and played the game. Covering all continents, Game Change [...]
Game Change Rio presented to Ban Ki-Moon and Millennium Development Goals advocates at Rio+20 summitIn: Live Green + Clean
by Code Sustainable on June 22, 2012
Fairplanet partner Code Sustainable has been chosen to speak at the “Sustainable Futures: Accelerating Progress on the MDGs through Youth Innovations” event at the Rio+20 conference to present their vision and their game “Game Change Rio” to a high level panel.