How to Blorrble-Blobble

A Blorrble-Blobble game about consent.

How to Blorrble-Blobble

Orca is ready to teach you the moves!

How to Blorrble-Blobble is an award-winning game about consent. This clever upbeat game introduces the concept of consent through a series of dance lessons. How to Blorrble-Blobble was developed by Jared Sain and is a video game from the Gaming Against Violence program.

How to Blorrble-Blobble was produced by the nonprofit charity Jennifer Ann's Group and published by Life Love Publishing.


Gaming Against Violence is a 2022 Classy Awards Finalist


Gaming Against Violence recognized as Top-50 Innovator

The program that produced this game was a selected as a Top-50 nonprofit program for its innovative approach to violence prevention. Learn more about Gaming Against Violence, a program offered by the nonprofit organization Jennifer Ann's Group.


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Fun fact!

The 2019 Games for Change Awards Finalist for "Most Significant Impact", Rispek Danis, is based on How to Blorrble-Blobble!



World Vision Vanuatu liked how consent was handled in How to Blorrble-Blobble and collaborated with Jennifer Ann's Group to create a version for young people living in Vanuatu. The result was Rispek Danis, a culturally relevant version of How to Blorrble-Blobble created for young people living in Vanuatu.

Rispek Danis has characters, locations, and dialogue culturally releveant to ni-Vanuatu youth but retains the same card-selection game mechanics, offbeat humor, catchy beats, and colorful images as How to Blorrble-Blobble.

The Vanuatu RISPEK program reached more than 3,920 people across Vanuatu. By engaging adolescents before they begin dating with prosocial messages, young people can learn the value and meaning of healthy dating relationships.


How to Blorrble-Blobble Details

Development Jared Sain  
Produced by Jennifer Ann's Group games.ngo/@stopTDV
(Mastodon)
Published by Life Love Publishing  
Right Rating™ Everyone No ads. No in-app purchases. No loot boxes. No privacy tracking.


How to Blorrble-Blobble

If you want to dance you need to follow the rules!


Help us help you (and us)!

Are you using How to Blorrble-Blobble at your conference or school? Or in a research paper or study?
Please let us know!

We occasionally perform maintenance on our games and/or game pages. So please let us know if you are using How to Blorrble-Blobble, especially for live events. This way we will be sure to make How to Blorrble-Blobble accessible -- or will come up with a backup solution.

AND... knowing this information might help us obtain more funding. And funding helps us update How to Blorrble-Blobble, create supplemental materials, and support our other prosocial games. We hope to keep offering them to everybody for free -- especially students, teachers, and parents.

Thank you & enjoy How to Blorrble-Blobble!

Jennifer Ann's Group
(contact@jenniferann.org)


About Jennifer Ann's Group

Jennifer Ann's Group is a nonprofit charity. Since 2008 Jennifer Ann's Group's Gaming Against Violence program has produced more than sixty prosocial games for teens. Game topics include bystander awareness, consent, culture, healthy relationships, and teen dating violence prevention.


This award-winning program for violence prevention is evidence-based and the games are available for use in university studies. Please contact Jennifer Ann's Group to discuss research opportunities, dissertation ideas, and possible grant collaborations.


Jennifer Ann's Group was created in 2006. More information about our charity and more free resources for teen dating violence are available at JenniferAnn.org. 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)


Jennifer Ann's Group® is a registered trademark of The Jennifer Ann Crecente Memorial Group, Inc.

Jennifer Ann's Group®, Life Love Publishing
StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Publisher
Rating
Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorJennifer Ann's Group
GenreEducational
Made withHaxe, OpenFL
Tagsconsent, Cute, Dating Sim, Funny, Mental Health, Music, Point & Click, relationship, Short, Singleplayer
Asset licenseCreative Commons Attribution_NonCommercial_NoDerivatives v4.0 International
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
AccessibilitySubtitles
LinksConsent Games Blog, Mastodon, Homepage, Twitter, Nonprofit

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I really liked this game + thought it was a really cute way of teaching consent! <3

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Thank you, we're happy that you liked it. 

It's a unique approach to teaching about consent and we're always excited to hear that it is appreciated!

I couldn't stomach this game, it feels like some way to induce MKULTRA programming.

Feel free to learn about consent from some of the other consent games instead -- you might find one that is a better fit for you. 

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment.