(Interactive Disaster-Simulation Game)
Stop Disasters Game, launched by the UN/ISDR
secretariat, is a new educational tool to promote
disaster risk reduction among children who are the
most vulnerable when disasters occur. With three
levels of difficulty, this game learns how to save
lives and livelihoods by preparing for a tsunami,
earthquake, hurricane, floods and wildfire. For
example, within a budget and time limit, players
have different upgrading options, like building more
resilient houses, if not demolishing them for being
in risky areas, together with setting up defences
with trees, early warning systems and walls.
Developed by Playerthree, targets children aged from
9 to 16.