"ADRIFT" is an award-winning serious game about consent that is appropriate for ALL ages!
You are a member of an interstellar salvage crew and have received a distress signal from an abandoned spaceship. The AI controlling the ship has been left behind and needs your help! Your job is to board the distressed ship and help the AI by extracting it from the derelict spaceship.
Do you have what it takes to help?
This clever game explores the concept and meaning of consent through a series of interactions between a member of an interstellar salvage crew and the AI found on an abandoned spaceship. Although this game is a great educational tool about consent, it does so in a very family-friendly manner and is appropriate for ALL ages!
ADRIFT was designed and developed by Quinn Crossley and Andrew Connell of the U.S. and was produced by Jennifer Ann's Group, a nonprofit charity that produces, publishes, and researches serious games about serious issues.
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When I finished the game I got a black screen. It would’ve been better if text came up talking about consent but overall it was a good game and gets it point across.
There is no ending to this game and it keeps freezing at the point you jump off the deck. It has great potential but misses the mark.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.