Climate Quest is now available for iOS! Recommended for players ages 8 and up.
Play through classic 8-bit style graphics and a retro-inspired soundtrack as you help our zany cast of scientists SAVE THE WORLD by preparing against climate disasters that occur around America.
Climate Quest is a game that gives the player the power to influence mass climate change events and learn about how climate change can affect the cities and towns that they live in. Each game event has been vetted by climate scientists for scientific accuracy.
This game is brought to you by the EarthGames team at the University of Washington, and proudly debuted at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in January 2016 after winning first place at the national Climate Game Jam.
Climate Quest is for ages 8 and up, and is designed to be played in a museum, classroom, or home setting. It takes approximately 10 minutes to play through the game. Teachers and parents can also utilize our accompanying teaching material accessible at our site (earthgames.org) to extend the learning experience.
We'd love to hear from you! Write to us with comments, suggestions or to join our mailing list at EarthGamesUW@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @earthgamesuw.
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Love the story lines!
I enjoy reading the not-so-long wall of text and see how each characters can match with certain quest lines. The game is short but have very interesting plots. Each characters have their own endings like real scientists! (Not all games have this!) ...I would love to read more quests and play rpg like this in the future ^_^
Fan of climate quest.
Fun tour of ways to prepare for climate change
This game is about preparing for the impacts of global warming, which makes it more positive in a way. There's a wide range of events involving floods/droughts, farming, oceans, animals, etc. Gets nostalgia points for the NES-style graphics and soundtrack
Fun, quick educational game!
This reminds me of video games from my childhood except better because the characters are diverse and it teaches you about climate change. Plus it talks about the world's cutest animal - pikas!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.