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Teacher and parental advisory

These games were developed by the international community and do not necessarily reflect the views of DFATD. They may contain scenes that some players may find disturbing. Player supervision is suggested.

Please be advised that when you select a game you will leave the DFATD website. Therefore, legislation and policy governing Government of Canada Web sites, including official language requirements will not apply.

Want to know more about international development? Play one of the online games below and learn while having fun!

Climate Challenge

The future is in your hands. You are the president of the European Nations and must tackle global climate change from 2000 to 2100. Choose Europe's policies and try to persuade competing regional blocks to reduce their carbon emissions.

Free Rice

Play Free Rice and feed hungry people. Test your knowledge in languages, math, science and art history. For every correct answer, 10 grains of rice are donated to the World Food Programme. You can help cure hunger just by playing!

Orange Revolution

Experience the complexities of the 2004-2005 Ukrainian presidential elections and try to make the best decisions to keep supporters of both political candidates from revolting while learning the history of this event.

Pos or Not

This game helps you conform the stereotypes about who is affected by HIV/AIDS while providing information about how to prevent the spread of the disease.


In this role-playing game you must rebuild the imaginary territory of Sayansi after it is hit by a hurricane. Learn about the complexities of rebuilding a developing nation after a natural disaster occurs while playing an addicting game.

Spin the Plate

Learn about hidden hunger, which affects millions of children around the world. In many countries, food in your belly does not mean you have all the vitamins and minerals you need to keep you healthy. Spin the Plate to learn about hidden hunger and what Micronutrient Initiative is doing to help.

Stop Disasters!

Your role in this game is to plan and construct a safer environment for your population. You must assess the disaster risk and try to limit the damage when natural hazards strike.