Reset Earth is the video game signed by the UN: the United Nations in defense of the environment

Reset Earth is the video game signed by the UN: the United Nations in defense of the environment
Even the United Nations Organization recognizes the role that the videogame medium can play, thanks to its interactivity, in informing the younger generations, and not only, on important issues.

Within the UNEP (United Nations Environment Program), the UN Secretariat for Ozone launches the "Reset Earth" initiative. With the latter, an eponymous video game for Android and iOS mobile devices is announced, intended for young people between 10 and 15 years old. The title will be made available starting next 10 February. Reset Earth is a single player platformer that blends retro graphic style with hand-crafted artwork. By solving some puzzles, players will be able to discover details about the science and history of the environment.



Preceded by an animated film of the same name, the production is part of a project of multimedia storytelling, integrated into an educational campaign lasting one year, aimed at raising awareness among the younger generations on the importance of protecting the ozone layer. The program also finds full correspondence in the recent action of the new President of the United States, thanks to the decision of Joe Biden to bring the USA back into the Paris Climate Agreement.

This is not the first time I have played video games and environmental protection find a meeting point: recently, for example, Mojang made available a map dedicated to environmental protection in Minecraft.



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