Jennifer Ann's Group is a nonprofit charity preventing abuse. We believe in the power of video games to create positive change in the world and since 2008 have been producing pro-social games to engage, educate, and empower young people. Our Gaming Against Violence program is an award-winning, research-based approach to preventing dating abuse.
The 2020 Life.Love. Game Design Challenge theme was: CULTURE.
The winning games are:
Press release: Video Games Explore Culture's Influence on Dating
The 2019 Life.Love. Game Design Challenge theme was: GASLIGHTING. The winning games are:
The games will be published as they become available.
The Consent Game Series includes a variety of games to teach young and old about consent. The games published in this series are: ADRIFT, Crossing Boundaries, How to Blorrble-Blobble, and Stuck in a Dark Place. All of the games in the Consent Game Series are free for educators, students, and parents but not all of the games are appropriate for all ages.
2019 Update: Rispek Danis was developed collaboratively between World Vision Vanuatu and Jennifer Ann's Group to produce a culturally relevant video game to teach young people in Vanuatu about the meaning and importance of consent. Note: Rispek Danis is in Bislama; the Respect Dance, an English version of the Respect Dance is available here to play in your browser.
►2019 Games for Change Awards 'Most Significant Impact' nominee◄
Rispek Danis is based on 'How to Blorrble-Blobble'.
Jennifer Ann's Group has produced dozens of video games to help young people recognize the warning signs of an abusive relationship. More games about healthy relationships are available at Jennifer Ann's Group's game portal.
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