A distress signal?
But there should not be any signals out this far.
A cry for help.
But there are no signs of life.
But there's no option but to at least try.
You knew the rules of interstellar salvage when you signed up.
And you very well know the most important rule of all: leave none behind.
ADRIFT, an award winning game.
Created by Quinn Crossley and Andrew Connell.
Produced by Jennifer Ann's Group.
Published by Life Love Publishing.
New Game Design Challenge: Resilience
Our 15th annual prosocial game design challenge is about resilience. The judging panel is currently evaluating the resilience games created by the Finalists. We will be announcing the winning games in October.
Learn more about resilience and the game design challenge at resilient.games.
Gaming Against Violence recognized as Top-50 Innovator
The nonprofit program that produced this game was selected as a 2022 Classy Awards Finalist for its innovative approach to violence prevention through games. Learn more about the Gaming Against Violence program.
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Please let us know how you are using ADRIFT.
This will help us improve ADRIFT and the services our charity provides.
♥ Jennifer Ann's Group
Parent Guide for ADRIFT
We hope that this free Parent Guide for ADRIFT will be helpful for parents everywhere who want to talk with their kids about the meaning and importance of consent. If you have any feedback about this Parent Guide please share it in the comments below or contact us by email through our website.
Print-n-Fold Parent's Guide for ADRIFT
ADRIFT was developed by Quinn Crossley and Andrew Connell and is a winning video game from the Gaming Against Violence program. ADRIFT was produced by Jennifer Ann's Group and published by Life Love Publishing.
Jennifer Ann's Group is a nonprofit charity working to overcome the global problem of abusive relationships, particularly among adolescents. We believe video games are the best way to engage young people, especially about sensitive topics like consent.
Museum Exhibition Featuring ADRIFT!
From May through October 2019, a life-size version of ADRIFT was featured in the exhibition 'Hedonism' at MOD. museum at University of South Australia, allowing museum visitors to interact with the game in "real-life".
The winning game from our 14th Annual Life.Love. Game Design Challenge about Power & Control has been announced! 'The Big Build Up' created by Lien Tran and Lynn Baus won this year's competition. To be notified of future game design contests please sign up for our game newsletter.
About Jennifer Ann's Group
Since 2008 Jennifer Ann's Group's Gaming Against Violence program has produced more than sixty prosocial games for teens. Previous game topics include bystander awareness, consent, healthy relationships, and teen dating violence prevention. This award-winning program is evidence-based and the games are available for use in university studies. Please contact Jennifer Ann's Group to discuss research opportunities.
As a certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization all donations to Jennifer Ann's Group are deductible to the full extent allowed by law. (EIN:20-4618499)
|Updated||2 days ago|
|Author||Jennifer Ann's Group|
|Tags||2D, consent, edtech, Mouse only, serious, Short, Singleplayer, Top-Down|
|Asset license||Creative Commons Attribution_NonCommercial_NoDerivatives v4.0 International|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Links||Community, Twitter, Blog|
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- Updated: Parent Guide for ADRIFTNov 11, 2020
- New: Parent Guide for ADRIFT, a game about consentSep 09, 2020
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