1. Simulating a civilisation

A far cry from the shoot-‘em-ups often blamed for corrupting young minds, Eco is a simulation game that challenges players to build a civilisation without trashing the planet. Gamers must work together to survive by developing a sustainable economy and laws that benefit the environment.
Eco was developed by Strange Loop Games, which is a founding member of the Playing for the Planet Alliance, a group of studios that have agreed to address the climate crisis through the medium of video gaming.
“For us, it’s less about telling the player how to be green or avoid climate change than letting them have that experience and face that challenge themselves in a world that they care about,” said Strange Loop Games’ chief executive, John Krajewski. “Then they can bring that to the real world.”
Image: Strange Loop Games

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