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  • Results From Game Design Challenge: Safety First!

    [09.25.18]
    - Danny Cowan
  •  From the crossing guard by your local elementary school to the yellow hard hats worn on construction sites, public safety is a recognizable and important part of our day-to-day lives.

    Traditionally, public safety education is delivered via signage, short films, and public service campaigns, but video games can also present a fun and engaging way to teach players valuable lessons about safety.

    Some recent examples include Google's Interland, which teaches kids the basics of online safety through a browser-based game, and the CDC's Solve The Outbreak, which informs players of real-world health risks through fictional epidemic scenarios.

    For Game Career Guide's latest Game Design Challenge, our readers designed educational games about public safety. Here are our top picks!

    Best Entries

    Xavier Ekkel, Experimental Game Developer, Germy Journey (see page 2)

    Briana Dinkins, Video Artist & Game Developer, Driving 101 (see page 3)

    Hue Lorène, Student at Artfx School Montpellier, Oops!... I Burned It Again (see page 4)

    Gerald Murray, Student at University of Montevallo, Untitled (see page 5)

    Logan Brenner, Student at University of Montevallo, Kitchen Safety (see page 6)

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