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3-D Brain Puzzle
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Morphonix

Players see a picture of an intact human brain and then it gets scrambled. To win, players must put the parts of the brain back together correctly.

3210 Blast Off
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Children's Health Education Center
A free online game, 3210 Blast Off is designed to teach players about the importance of healthy eating and daily physical activity. Players navigate through a galaxy that can only be saved by completing challenges that test their knowledge of how to...
3D Body Adventure
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Knowledge Adventure
In 3D Body Adventure players explore the human body and learn about human anatomy. They travel through many body parts including the brain, spinal cord, and veins. They also save patients by navigating through their bodies and destroying germs. The g...
3D Reseaux
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B2B Games

A learning and training game, 3D Reseaux teaches civil engineers and construction workers about the risks of working near underground networks.

4 Travellers - Play French
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AGENIUS Interactive

"Challenge your family and friends in a new digital board game, and at the same time learn your first words in a new language together.

4 Travellers - Play Spanish
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AGENIUS Interactive

4 TRAVELLERS can be played alone or together with friends and at the same time teach you new words in Spanish.

911 Paramedic
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Legacy Interactive

In 911 Paramedic, players assume the role of a paramedic and rush to the scenes of accidents on the streets of Los Angeles. Players can handle over thirty real-life emergency situations.

9th Inning
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Children's Health Education Center

9th Inning is a free, online, baseball-themed quiz game designed to test players’ knowledge and understanding of nutrition. Each correct answer earns a homerun. Watch out because answering three questions wrong means you’re out!

A Healthy Lunchbox
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This free online game focuses on the importance of eating balanced meals. Players use a variety of foods to make meals. If they create a balanced meal, they earn points. If the meal is unbalanced, they are told what is wrong and are asked to try agai...
Active Life Outdoor Challenge
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NAMCO BANDAI Games America

In this Nintendo Wii exergame, players move their upper and lower bodies by using the Wii remote and a game mat. This game involves more than a dozen fast-paced activities, such as log jumping, river rafting, and a minecart adventure.

Adventures aboard the S.S.GRIN
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Center for Research in Emotional and Social Health (CRESH)

"Geared toward 3rd to 5th grade students with social-behavioral problems, Adventures aboard the S.S.GRIN links the worlds of social skills training and interactive technology.

Alcohol 101 Plus
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The Century Council

Alcohol 101 Plus, available at no charge, was created in response to the growing concern over the unsafe consumption of alcohol on college campuses.

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This game for children focuses on nutrition and healthy eating habits, such as the importance of choosing fruits and vegetables and consistently eating healthy meals. It is mentioned in published research but there is no information about how to obta...
Alisha and Ronnie
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In this meal-planning game, players follow the food pyramidand must select enough food from each food group to reach the suggested number of servings per day.

Allergies Attack
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Kendall & Son Solutions LLC

“The game follows our character, Richard, in his dream world where he goes on the offensive and attacks back! He wards off a variety of allergens from pollen and pet dander to shellfish and dairy.”

Alphabet Circus
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ImaginEngine

In Alphabet Circus, a PlayStation 2 game targeted to children, players navigate through a colorful circus to discover various mini-games that combine physical activity and learning.

American Horsepower Challenge
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The Humana Foundation
In the children’s game American Horsepower Challenge , players create a horse avatar online and then place a pedometer on their own shoe to keep track of the number of steps they take throughout the day. Players are ranked according to the number o...
AQI Color Game
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United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
A quiz game that tests the player's knowledge and understanding about the colors of the air quality index and what each one represents in terms of the different measures of pollution in the air. To play, simply select and grab the color from the pale...
AQI Game Show
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United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

 This free quiz game developed by the Environmental Protection Agency tests players’ knowledge of air quality and pollution and their effects on health. Questions are multiple choice.

Arianna's Nutrition Expedition Games: Food Force One, Combo Kitchen, Quintricious, Nutrition Mixer
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This group of free mini-games by the National Dairy Council focuses on healthy food choices and the benefits of good nutrition and portion control.

Aspire
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University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Aspire is a free online resource designed to educate players, both smokers and non-smokers, about smoking cigarettes. After determining how players feel about smoking, the site displays a page of information and games about the risks and dangers of c...
Astropolis
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Cornell University
Astrolopolis, developed by researchers at the Autism Collaborative, is an experimental video game that collects neuroscientific data while people play, to investigate perceptual, attentional, and social aspects of autistic behavior. The game is avail...
At-Risk
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Kognito Interactive
At- Risk is a training game designed to help faculty and staff identify and approach students that appear to be experiencing mental distress. Through simulated conversations within the game, players interact with virtual students dealing with suicida...
Attack of the S. Mutans!
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Firsthand Technology
"Attack of the S. Mutans! is a multi-level adventure game in stereo Firsthand 3D for a team of five players per pod. Lab equipment includes polarized "safety" 3D goggles and hand-held game controllers that keep the play intuitive, dynamic and engagin...
Ayiti: the Cost of Life
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GameLab
This free online simulation game takes place in a Haitian town and challenges players to keep a family of five as healthy, happy, and well educated as possible, given the limited resources available. New unexpected events occasionally arise that affe...
Basketball Attention Experiment
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This game was used in a study by Simons and Chabris (1999) about sustained inattentional blindness. Players watch a video of people in a circle tossing two basketballs to each other and they are asked to count how many times the basketballs change ha...
Basketball IntelliGym
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ACE - Applied Cognitive Engineering, Inc.

This PC-based training game provides basketball techniques and tips that players can take to the court. It is available for purchase.

Be Here Now
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This free online stress reduction game offers players a chance to relax, balance their mind and emotions, and clarify their thoughts.

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Food and Environmental Hygiene Department

In this free online grocery shopping and nutrition game, players search for items on a grocery list and compare the labels of three different brands each time, to make the healthiest choice.

Beating the Blues
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Ultrasis
This is a self-help game for individuals experiencing depression or anxiety. Players engage in eight therapy sessions to identify and understand problems, and then they develop realistic goals for treatment. Sleep management, problem solving, and tim...
Beer Trivia
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Caliber Software
This 1993 text-based quiz game tests players’ knowledge of alcohol-related trivia. If a player misses a question, their character must take a drink and then becomes more inebriated. The more inebriated the character, the more difficult it becomes t...
Behavior Breakthroughs
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Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)

"Behavior Breakthroughs™ is an interactive training simulation created for parents and caregivers of children and adults who display challenging behavior."

Ben's Game
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LucasArts

Designed by young cancer patient Ben Duskin and LucasArts employee Eric Johnston, and funded by a grant from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Ben’s Game helps cancer patients cope with their illness and

Beyond the Front
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WILL Interactive
The suicide rate among U.S. soldiers has increased by 46 percent since 2003, and so the Army has produced a suicide prevention game to teach soldiers how to identify signs of depression in themselves and others, and how to seek help. Players watch a...
Big Brain Academy
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Nintendo
Big Brain Academy is a brain-training puzzle game that provides cognitive challenges in five categories: think, analyze, memorize, compute, and identify. Players achieve their "brain weight" and discover their areas of strength and weakness. “Brain...
Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree
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Nintendo

This brain-training puzzle game offers fifteen mini-games sorted into five categories: identify, memorize, analyze, compute, and visualize. Multi-player, competitive, and cooperative play modes are available.

Biohazard
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Microsoft
This role playing game for biohazard response training was developed at Carnegie Mellon University and MIT. Players work collaboratively with others online in the role of first responders to a chemical attack. Through scenario-based and role-play lea...
BioterroRisk
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Illinois Public Health Preparedness Center
BioterroRisk is a free online simulation game designed to prepare and teach public health workers about the risks of a bioterrorist attack and how to respond. Players navigate through a mini-course that trains them in hazard recognition, communicatio...
Birdwatching
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Lumos Labs

This game is designed to improve players’ attention and sharpen their ability to process visual information. While it starts out easy, the game gets progressively more challenging as players improve.

Blood Tests: Exploring Our Incredible Blood
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Starlight Children's Foundation

"Designed for children and teens ages 10 to 15, Blood Tests: Exploring Our Incredible Blood is an interactive online program designed to introduce users to the fascinating facts that can be learned

Blood Type Game
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American Red Cross
"The object of the game is to score as many points as possible by matching the appropriate blood type of a donor to the blood type of a recipient. During each round, a total of 10 recipients will walk onto the screen. You then click on the donor you...
Blood Typing
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Nobel Media

"In this game you have to blood type three patients and give them blood transfusions. Are you able to do that?

Body Mechanics: Escape From Obeez City
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Tony Findlay
In Body Mechanics: Escape from Obeez City, players and a team of experts are miniaturized and sent into the body of a critically obese patient. Players of this DVD game will learn about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and exercising to s...
Bodyworks Voyager: Mission in Anatomy
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Mythos Software

Players participate in a human anatomy course to learn about various infections and parts of the human body. At the end of the course they are tested on their knowledge and their ability to protect the body from infection.

Boogie
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EA Montréal
"Boogie is a music video game developed by Electronic Arts for the Wii, PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS. Being touted as a party-game, it enables players to create their character, then use the Wii Remote and a microphone to sing and dance through it....
Boogie SuperStar
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EA Montréal

Developed by Electronic Arts for the Nintendo Wii, this is a music and dance game in which players sing, perform, and dance as if they were really on stage. Players earn points based on how well they match the rhythm and pitch.

Booze Cruise Game
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University of Calgary
This PC game developed by the University of Calgary simulates what a person experiences while drinking and driving. Players of this game must drive a car through a course while enduring the symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol. The game b...
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Boy Scout 5–A–Day Badge is designed to educate boy scouts about the importance of healthy eating and exercise. Players assume the role of a comic character whose job is to break down the barriers that are keeping kids from eating more fruits and...
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Zanorg
This online game teaches players how to read the Braille alphabet. It is composed of several rounds each featuring three Braille letters that the player must memorize. Once players feel they have successfully memorized the letters, they can take a qu...
Brain Age
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Nintendo

For the Nintendo DS, Brain Age includes a variety of cognitive-based mini-games designed to entertain and challenge players. Players can draw pictures, read books out loud, and solve puzzles, and play popular games like Sudoku.

Brain Age 2
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Nintendo
Brain Age 2, for the Nintendo DS, includes fifteen activities designed to challenge and stimulate the mind. Players can test their memory skills, do math problems, and even play rock, paper, scissors. Based on the results of each playing session, pla...
Brain Challenge
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Gameloft

Designed for mobile platforms, Brain Challenge is intended to be an entertaining yet challenging game that helps players increase the percentage of their brains used.

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Morphonix
A free, online game, Brain Circuit Central engages players in a brain-themed memory game. Players must memorize the pattern in which the neurons light up. Every time players miss the correct pattern, more and more neurons appear creating more complic...
Brain Gain
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Playnormous, LLC
Developed by Playnormous, Brain Gain is a free, online quiz game that challenges players’ knowledge of health and exercise. Players must answer a serious of questions related to nutrition and ways to stay healthy, but they must hurry before time ru...
Brain Spa
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Legacy Interactive

Brain Spa is an interactive PC game made up of an assortment of challenges designed to build up the mind.

BrainBashers
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Kevin Stone

BrainBashers is a free, online collection of riddles, brain-teasers, puzzles, and games designed to challenge players’ mental capabilities.

Brains Rule Games: Neuron laboratory, Neuron Navigator, Ecstacy Invaders, Brain Attack, Neuron Explosion, Brain-o-Coaster
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Brain Rules Games is a set of free, online mini-games that can educate players about the human brain. Each mini-game addresses a component of the brain such as neurons, neuronal growth, brain development, and anatomy.

Breakfast Detective
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Breakfast Detectives is an online educational game that teaches players about the five food groups and the benefits of eating healthy foods. To win, players must "drag and drop the right foods to match the clues!"

Breakout for Two
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Human Connectedness Research Group
Breakout for Two is a prototype virtual game in which a physical sport can be played over a distance. Through a video conference screen, players from two different locations can play a sport against each other as if they were in the same room. While...
Bronkie the Bronchiasaurus
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WaveQuest

Players of this asthma self-management side-scrolling Nintendo console adventure game guide Bronkie the Bronchiasaurus and Trakie the Tracheratops through 18 game levels to save their ancient pla

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American Diabetes Association (ADA)
Developed by the American Diabetes Association, this game gives players the opportunity to design and create their very own healthy child. To start off, players must choose three activities and three pieces of food that will go into their kid. Based...
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American Diabetes Association (ADA)
Build a Healthy Plate, by the American Diabetes Association, is designed to teach players the importance of a nutritious meal. Players are presented with an assortment of food from which to choose build their plates. To win this game, players must su...
Captain Chemo
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The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Captain Chemo is a free, online adventure game that deals with and can help cancer patients cope with the unpleasant side effects of cancer treatments.

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"New health games based upon the popular Jeopardy game are beginning to gain momentum among students, as they learn while having fun.

Carla and Friends: Jump & Skip, Snack Attack, Mix-Up Madness
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B*tween Productions, Inc.
Carla and Friends is a free, online collection of three mini-games focused on educating players about the importance of maintaining bone strength through proper nutrition and exercise. Each mini-game is based on a different health-related theme that...
Catch the Sperm 2.0
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Blackpencil Entertainment AG
Available for free download, Catch the Sperm 2.0 is designed to educate players about the importance of safe sex, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy prevention. Using a condom gun, players shoot and catch swimming sperm and viruses before t...
Cateye GameBike
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CatEye
The Cateye GameBike is a stationary bike that acts as a video game controller video game. The movements that appear onscreen directly correlate with the players own body movements, speed, and steering. The GameBike is compatible with a popular video...
Central Park
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Waterford Institute

Central Park is a learning environment for two-year-olds designed to prepare them for future schoolwork. Players of this game will be taught reading, writing, mathematics, and science concepts.

Cheer We Go!
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Natsume Inc.
"Star Hill needs spirit! Its sports teams are in a major slump, and the whole town has given up on them. It’s so bad, the cheerleader squad is down to just one person! Take on the role of a cheerleader in this exciting rhythm adventure game! Use yo...
Cheerios Play Time
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Hyperspace Cowgirls

Cheerios Playtime is comprised of learning skills activities for children.

Chicken Farm
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Nobel Media

"This fast-paced game relies on a keen knowledge of food containing vitamin B1 and good keyboard skills to save lives.

Choices: What Would I Do? - Going Out for the Team
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Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Choices: What Would I Do? is a collection of three free, online games that present real-life scenarios to players. In Going Out for the Team, "It's time for football tryouts. You were on the team last year so it should be no big deal, but some of the...
Choices: What Would I Do? - The Crush
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Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Choices: What Would I Do? is a collection of three free, online games that present real-life scenarios to players. In The Crush, "You finally strike up a conversation with Darren, the hot guy in your English class. He invites you to meet up with him...
Choices: What Would I Do? - The New Kid
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Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Choices: What Would I Do? is a collection of three free, online games that present real-life scenarios to players. In The New Kid, "You and your best friend Chris are hanging out after school when the new kid in your geometry class walks by. Sam just...
Code Red Rover Games: Great Safety Adventure Games, Who ordered Pizza?, Quick Safety Quiz, Penelope's Pool Party
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Home Safety Council

Developed by the Home Safety Council, this collection of free, online games is designed to teach children about dangerous situations and ways to stay safe.

Cognifit Personal Coach
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CogniFit

CogniFit Personal Coach is intended to improve players’ cognitive skills and increase brain activity.

Colgate Kid's World
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Colgate-Palmolive Company

Colgate Kid’s world is a collection of free, online mini-games and fun activities for children about proper dental hygiene. These games address important teeth cleaning habits and how diet and nutrition can affect players’ teeth.

Community Clash
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MeYou Health
“Community Clash is an online card game that engages you in a discovery of your community's health and well-being status, and lets you see how it compares to other communities in a head-to-head clash. Play endless hands, exploring different metrics...
Cosmo's Learning Systems
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AT KidSystems

"Cosmo’s Learning Systems™ introduces an innovation in learning for children of developmental age 2-to-8 years with and without disabilities.

Cosmo's Play and Learn
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AT KidSystems

"Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ software was developed by a team of therapists and educators who recognized the tremendous need for children of developmental ages 2-to-8 with and without disabilities to h

Creep Frontier
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Emergent Media Center

"In partnership with the UVM College of Medicine and Dr.

CSI Web Adventures
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American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS)

CSI Web Adventures is interactive free, online mystery game in which players use their forensic skills to solve a crime.

Cybex Trazer
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Cybex International, Inc.

In this exergame, players experience a virtual environment in which they can engage in various sports activities and challenges. The game takes into account players’ speed, power, and reaction time.

D.M. Dinwiddie, Physician-in-Training
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Health Media Lab
D.M. Dinwiddie, Physician-in-Training is an adventure game designed to give adolescents a peak into the world of medical professionals. Players of this game learn about what it takes to be a medical professional by giving them an opportunity to resea...
Dakim BrainFitness
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Dakim, Inc.

Players of this game can engage in intense cognitive exercises designed to prevent or slow the onset of dementia. Dakim Brain Fitness intends to be user friendly and an enjoyable way to exercise players’ brains and fight dementia.

Dance Dance Revolution (DDR)
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Konami Digital Entertainment
Dance Dance Revolution is an upbeat game intended to keep players’ heart rate up. Using a dance platform, players must step on colored arrows as they appear on the screen. Players’ scores are based on how well they step on the arrows to the beat....
Dance Praise
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Digital Praise

Available for Mac or PC, this exergame asks players to dance and boogie their way to a fun work out. The game uses contemporary Christian music.

DARWARS Ambush!
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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

DAWARS Ambush! is a military-based training simulation developed by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to educate and train military personnel on the rules-of-engagement.

dbaza’s Diabetes Education for Kids
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dbaza, inc.

Available for the PC, Dbaza’s Diabetes Education for Kids educational software was developed to help teach children basic principles of diabetes care and self-management.

Deca Sports
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CAProduction

Deca Sports is an interactive sports game comprised of ten different sports activities made for the Nintendo Wii. Using a Wii remote, players can engage in archery, figure skating, badminton, curling, and more.

Dental Defenders
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eduweb
"Danger lurks at every meal. Ordinary foods coat teeth with sugar, attracting bacteria and acids that cause tooth decay. But the Dental Defenders are on the job! The Defenders patrol the mouths of children everywhere, protecting their teeth from ever...
Dental Implant Training Simulation
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Breakaway Ltd.

This virtual game was developed to help train dental students in decision-making, diagnosis, and treatment protocols. In this realistic 3D environment, students and dental professionals can practice dental procedures and improve their skills.

Dental Space Odyssey
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American Dental Association (ADA)
Developed by the American Dental Association, Dental Space Odyssey focuses on teaching children the importance of maintaining clean and healthy teeth. Players journey through space searching for items that are missing from the kids of Smileyville. In...
Didget
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Bayer Healthcare

Didget is a blood glucose meter from Bayer that connects with a Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite handheld game system.

Dining Decisions
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dining Decisions is a free, online game designed to teach children about appropriate food choices and portions. Set in a cafeteria, players choose from various foods to learn about the heal...
Dinosaurs Shapes & Colors
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ImaginEngine

Developed for young children for use on the PlayStation 2, Dinosaurs Shapes & Colors combines education and physical activity.

Dirty Bomb! After the Blast
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University of Minnesota Center for Public Health Preparedness (UMNCPHP)

 “During a political rally for Senator Lund, the unexpected happens - a Dirty Bomb!

Disaster Discovery
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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Disaster Discovery is a free, online board game developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agenday (FEMA) that asks players a series of true or false questions that deal with disaster situations

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School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota
In Disaster in Franklin County: A Public Health Simulation, players assume the role of a public health professional during a time of a natural disaster. Players experience multiple professions in the public health industry in an attempt to gain a gre...
Disaster Math
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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agenday (FEMA), Disaster Math is a free, online quiz game for kids that incorporates math questions into disaster situations.

Discovery Health: Parenting Games, Brain Game, National Body Challenge Buddy System Game
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Discovery Communications
Discovery Health is a collection of free, online interactive games designed to educate players about the human body, cognitive health, and parenting skills. Players can choose from several games, puzzles, and activities for players of all ages....
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The Walt Disney Company
Disney’s Fit Forever Champ Camp aims to teach children how to stay physically active and eat in healthier ways. Set in a campsite, players of this free, online game complete health challenges at stations focused on the food pyramid and fun ways to...
Ditto's Keep Safe Adventure
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Bravehearts, Inc.
Ditto’s Keep Safe Adventure is PC software designed to teach young children how to recognize dangerous situations. Players embark on an adventure during which they are presented with potentially dangerous situations that they must safely avoid. Pla...
Divo's Buzz
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Ranj Serious Games
"Divo’s Buzz is a serious health game for children, teenagers and educators. Players choose between several quizzes about drugs or an image/description matching game. The negative influences of drugs and alcohol are shown in feedback animations of...
Dole SuperKids Games: Drop & Catch, Catapult Game, Mia Mango's Recipe Inventor, Superfoods Secret Sleuth, The Superfoods Mighty Gobble Chomp, Word Find Game, Vending Machine Mania
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Dole Food Company
Dole SuperKids Games is a collection of free, online games designed to educate children about making smart food choices. Players can learn the importance of eating fruits of vegetables and avoiding junk foods. Players who collect the most fruits and...
Don King Boxing: Boxercise
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2k Sports

For the Nintendo DS and Wii, Don King Boxing: Boxercise engages players in a simulated boxing match.

Don't Blow It
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Schering-Plough
A free, online game, Don’t Blow It was developed to help players learn to avoid allergy triggers. Players, embodied as big noses, walk through different environments filled with items that can cause an allergy to flare up. Players must avoid allerg...
Dr. Nida's Challenge
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Dr. Nida’s Challenge is an online quiz game developed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse that tests players’ knowledge of how drugs affect different parts of the body. If players answer a question incorrectly, they can learn about the correc...
Dr. Ruth’s Computer Game of Good Sex
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Avalon Hill
Released in 1986, this trivia and quiz game is inspired by and features the famed sex therapist Dr. Ruth. Players must answer a series of multiple choice and true or false questions regarding human sexuality. The quizzes are timed and score is partia...
Drug Watch
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Nottinghamshire Constabulary

Similar to the game Space Invaders, Drug Watch requires players to shoot the word No at drugs that are being thrown at them by drug dealers. Players who are hit by drugs too many times die from a drug overdose.

DSI: Drug Scene Investigators
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inDepthLearning

"Students use scientific inquiry by engaging in true-to-life drug related mysteries while learning about the science behind alcohol, tobacco, inhalants and other drugs — all while having fun!"

Dumptown
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United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Developed by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, this free, online game is intended to educate players about the importance of recycling and properly disposing of trash.

EA Sports Active More Workouts
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EA - Electronic Arts
"Keep going on your journey towards better health with EA SPORTS Active More Workouts, the next iteration from the EA SPORTS Active franchise, the proven fitness alternative for the Nintendo Wii. Stay motivated, with over 35 all new exercises and fit...
EA Sports Active: Personal Trainer
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EA - Electronic Arts
EA Sports Active is an exergame that engages players in an interactive fitness program. The game is made up of a variety of activities which include cardio workouts, strength training exercises, and muscle endurance tests. With the help of a virtual...
Earn The Stars
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Paschar LLC

Earn the Stars is a merit-based tool for educating, motivating, recognizing and rewarding children to make good choices about nutrition and participating in physical activities.

Earthquake in Zipland
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Zipland Interactive
Earthquake in Zipland is designed to help children of divorced or separated parents cope with the stresses and emotional issues that often arise from the separation. Players embark on a quest while helping the main character deal with some issues tha...
Electrocardiogram
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Nobel Media

"This game lets you explore the key elements of the electrocardiogram from how to place the electrodes on the body for measuring the heart beats to how to analyze the mountains and valleys in the E

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Emergency is an online educational game that takes place during the aftermath of a serious disaster. Players assume the role of a doctor or volunteer who must help victims by uncovering medical items such as crutches, adhesive strips, and medicines t...
Emergency Room
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Legacy Interactive
Emergency Room is fast-paced simulation of working in a hospital. Players assume the role of a doctor and mimic the procedures that real doctors perform including examinations, treatments, and even paperwork. The hundreds of cases that need to be tre...
Emergency Room 2
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Legacy Interactive
In Emergency Room 2, players enter the game as medical students and work their way up toward the top. Players start off with simple cases, such as cuts and scrapes. Treating patients successfully allows players to be promoted within the hospital unti...
Emergency Room 3
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Legacy Interactive
As doctors working in a busy emergency room, cases will come players’ way without a moment’s notice. Players can learn about how to treat various health conditions and get a sense of what it is like to work as a medical professional with this gam...
Emergency Room: Code Red
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Legacy Interactive

In Emergency Room: Code Red, players work as doctors in a hospital that is overcrowded and understaffed. After a riot breaks out over the hospital’s inefficiency, players treat patients with who have been stabbed or shot.

Emergency Room: Disaster Strikes
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Legacy Interactive
In Emergency Room: Disaster Strikes, players arrive at the scene of actual emergency situations. Players decide which individuals are injured enough to be taken to the hospital. The injured that are chosen become the players’ primary patients and a...
Emergency Room: Heroic Measures
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Legacy Interactive

This game allows the player to experience what its like to be a real paramedic.

Emergency Room: Life or Death
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Legacy Interactive
Released in 2000 for the Mac and PC, Emergency Room: Life or Death focuses on how to diagnose and treat medical patients. Players start off as medical students and are promoted based on performance. The more levels players advance, the more challengi...
Emergency Room: Real Life Rescues
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Legacy Interactive

This game allows the player to “experience real-life emergency medical cases such as cardiac arrests, broken bones an life-threatening traumas as you respond to situations requiring you to revive,

EnviroRisk
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University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health
EnviroRisk is a problem-solving game in which players serve as a public health professional investigating an environmental health problem. Players solve several cases in this web-based game developed by the School of Public Health at the University o...
Escapa!
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Escapa! is a brain-exercising game designed to improve concentration among players. The goal of this free, online game is to move a red square around without touching the walls or running into moving objects. As soon as the red square makes contact w...
Escape from Diab
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Archimage, Inc.
Focused on eating healthy foods and exercising, Escape from Diab takes place in a distant land in which a corrupt king has denied the people of his kingdom proper nutrition and exercise. Players navigate through the land of Diab to help save its inha...
Every Body Has a Brain
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Morphonix

Every Body Has a Brain is a video game, 16 brain songs and website for 4-6 year olds funded by grants from the National Institute of Mental Health’s Small Business Innovation Research Program.

Every Body Has a Brain, Brain Train
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Morphonix

"In Brain Train, children learn to appreciate how special and unique the brain is. You’re shown a sequence of pairs of items. One item in each pair has a brain and one does not.

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VisionQuest 20/20

This treasure hunting game was developed to detect eye problems in children.

EyeSpy: The Matrix
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Baldwin Social Cognition Laboratory
EyeSpy: The Matrix is a free, online game designed to increase self-esteem and confidence by helping players develop thought processes that may make them feel more secure. Players are presented with a screen containing pictures of faces but only one...
EyeToy Play: Pom Pom Party
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SCE Studios London
This exergame for the Playstation2 allows players to work out by cheerleading and dancing. Players are taught cheers and dance moves. Eyetoy Play: Pom Pom Party comes with a set of pompoms that can be used while dancing and cheering to the music....
EyeToy: Kinetic
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SCE Studios London
For the Playstation2, EyeToy: Kinetic offers a customized fitness program that can help players get in shape. The game includes exercise routines and cardiovascular workouts. A personal trainer guides players to keep them motivated to reach their goa...
EyeToy: Kinetic Combat
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SCE Studios London

EyeToy: Kinetic Combat is a fitness game in which players engage in the ancient art of kung fu.

EyeToy: Kinetic Total Fitness
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SCE Studios London
In EyeToy: Kinetic Total Fitness, two personal trainers create a 12-week exercise program that is specific to the needs of each individual player. Players engage in workout routines that focus on cardio, combat, mind & body, and toning. The perso...
EyeToy: Play 2
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SCE Studios London

This exergame for the PlayStation 2 includes over a dozen active games intended to help players stay physically fit and off the couch. Games include hitting home runs and battling ninjas.

Faceland
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Do2Learn
This game uses an “amusement park theme to engage and motivate.” It helps children “build skill in facial recognition of emotion by: breaking concepts down into smaller pieces (clues), promoting clue acquisition via spaced repetition, checking...
FaceSay
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Symbionica
FaceSay™ was designed to help autistic school aged children become aware of the social value of the features and movements of the face, particularly the area around the eyes. In three silly social skills games students interact with photo-realis...
Fantastic Faces - Feelings Game and Eye Spy
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Do2Learn
Fantastic Faces is a combination of two games that focus on feelings, emotions, and eye tracking concepts. Developed for children with autism, these two games teach players how to utilize eye tracking as a means to recognize the feelings and emotions...
Fatworld
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ITVS's Electric Shadows Initiative

Fatworld is a game that focuses on the political side of nutrition. Players can learn about the role socioeconomics plays in the relationship between obesity and nutrition in the United States.

Fit Brains: Brain Games
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Vivity Labs

Fit Brains: Brain Games are a set of games intended to maximize and improve brain skill. This free, online game addresses five cognitive areas of the brain and sessions can be individualized using personalization tools.

Fit for Life Boy Scout Badge
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The Fit for Life badge is a Boy Scout badge that was created to help overcome barriers to maintaining a physically active lifestyle. Boy Scouts trying to attain this badge were given access to a Fit for Life web site that contained games and goal cha...
Fitclub
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Pantometrics
Fitclub is a membership service that gives players the opportunity to exercise in a virtual environment using a 15” touchscreen that attaches to an exercise bike. The Fitclub system keeps track of players’ progress and provides information intend...
Fitting CF into your Everyday Life
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Starlight Children's Foundation

Fitting CF into your Everyday Life was developed by the Starlight Children’s Foundation to help teens living with cystic fibrosis manage the disease and adhere to treatments.

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American Diabetes Association (ADA)
In this game developed by the American Diabetes Association, players place organs in their correct positions inside Frank. When players pick up an organ, they are given information about that organ and what it does inside the human body. Once all the...
FoldIt
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University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering

In FoldIt, players competitively solve puzzles in order to fold the best proteins.

Food Detectives
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New Mexico State University Media Productions
Food Detectives is a free, online game designed to educate players about the bacteria that lives on food. Players can learn how to properly cook and handle food so as to avoid ingesting any bacteria. This game was developed by New Mexico State Univer...
Food Focus: Fruits
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Frederico Arts LLC

"There are 100s of fruits in the world, but how well do you know them??? Take the Food Focus challenge and test your fruit ID skills! 50 fruits to guess 50 chances to win.

Food Force
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Playerthree
Published by the United Nations Food Program, Food Force requires players to take charge of a relief effort for a country that has been desecrated by war and hunger. Players complete six missions including organizing and distributing food packages, c...
Food Fury
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Playnormous, LLC
In Food Fury, a free, online game by Playnormous, players are presented with tiles featuring different types of food. Players make chains by matching five identical tiles. Each time players makes a chain, the tiles role over and display facts and inf...
Food Import Folly
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Persuasive Games
Food Import Folly was developed to educate players about the politics of foreign food imports. In this free, online game, Players assume the role of an FDA inspector and oversee multiple food imports while trying to manage the risks of food contamina...
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This role-playing game is aimed at adolescent girls at risk of obesity. It encourages players to follow the food groups and serving suggestions of each while getting ample amounts of physical activity daily.

FootGaming: FootPOWR Pad
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Judy Shasek
FootGaming.com is a web site that sells the FootPOWR controller pad that can be used with a variety of computer games to add physical activity to the game-playing experience. Players can play their favorite games by moving and standing instead of man...
Free Dive
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Breakaway Ltd.

Free Dive is a virtual reality-based adventure in which players hunt for hidden treasures in the sea and swim with dolphins and tropical fish.

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This set of free, online games designed to exercise adults’ brains and minds. Players can choose from a variety of games that, with practice, may help improve memory and cognition.

FreeRice.com
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FreeRice.com is a web site containing a free quiz game that donates ten grains of rice to the game developer, the United Nations World Food Program, for every question players answer correctly. Players can choose from a variety of quiz topics includi...
Frogger Hop, Skip & Jumpin' Fun
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ImaginEngine
Frogger Hop, Skip & Jumpin’ Fun is an exergame for children on the Playstation2 platform. Using a controller mat, players take part in challenges designed to keep their feet moving and bodies in motion. Players explore Frogger’s swamp and mee...
Fruit and Veggie Color Champions
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Produce for Better Health Foundation
This set of games and puzzles is designed to teach children about the importance of eating nutritious fruits and vegetables. Free and online, it was developed by the Produce for Better Life Foundation. Players can choose from a variety of games inten...
Fueled for Fun
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In this free, online game developed by the National Diary Council, players help Sophia and Billy be the fastest runners in their school. Players pick healthy and nutritious foods for Sophia and Billy to eat so they will have energy to run faster....
FunBrain
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FunBrain is a collection of free, online educational games for children and tweens designed to improve learning in a number of subjects including math, science, and vocabulary.

FunSchool
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Kaboose

FunSchool is a set of free, online educational games developed to help younger children focus on and improve in various school subjects, including reading and math.

G-Netix
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ISM Interactive

G-Netix is a simulation game available for the Mac and PC.

Gaining  Face
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Stone Mountain Software
Gaining Face is a software program for the PC developed for individuals with autism or Aspergers syndrome. It is intended to help autistic individuals of all ages learn to recognize facial expressions and emotions by presenting the player with useful...
GameCycle
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National Institutes of Health (NIH)
This exergame was developed by the National Institutes of Health to give individuals with spinal cord diseases or neurological disorders an opportunity to experience physical activity through gaming. Players can work out their upper body by matching...
Gamequarium
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Diana Abernathy Dell

Gamequarium is a collection of free, online educational games for children. It is divided into sets according to grade level, subject, and content.

Games for the Brain
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Philipp Lenssen

Games for the Brain is a set of free, online interactive brain training games designed to improve memory and other areas of cognition. The dozens of games include a variety of different puzzles and activities.

GameWheels
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GameWheels was developed to give patients suffering from spinal cord injuries the opportunity to exercise while playing an exergame. It can be used as a therapeutic tool for wheelchair users.

Garfield's Sheep Shot
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In Garfield’s Sheep Shot, players must hit Garfield with sheep to help him sleep more. The goal is to reach nine hours of sleep. Players must remove any distractions that could cause Garfield to lose sleep. This free, online game is designed for yo...
Generation Exile
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
This free, online simulation game is about overpopulation and how it is affecting the planet. The game takes place in the near future, during a time of economic collapse and growing populations. Players can learn about the threat of overpopulation an...
Genomics Digital Lab
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Spongelab Interactive

"Genomics Digital Lab (GDL) is an award winning, integrated on-line learning environment where users experience the world of biology through immersive discovery-based learning.

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Glymetrix
Glymetrix is a free game for the PC or handheld device designed to motivate individuals to better manage their diabetes. The game provides rewards to help encourage players to stay healthy through proper diabetes care and treatment. Players receive a...
Glymetrix Diabetes Game: Quiz Game
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Glymetrix

"Some of the most popular games are now available to help you better manage your Diabetes! Quiz, Solitaire and more that are soon to follow combine the fun of your favorite games with motivation for a healthier you!"

Glymetrix Diabetes Game: Solitaire
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Glymetrix

"Some of the most popular games are now available to help you better manage your Diabetes! Quiz, Solitaire and more that are soon to follow combine the fun of your favorite games with motivation for a healthier you!"

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Sydney Markets

The Green Grocer Puzzler is designed to educate children about the importance of eating healthy and nutritious foods. The goal is to find grocery items using a few tips and clues. This is a free, online game.

GRIP
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Ranj Serious Games

The game GRIP was developed to help diabetic children better understand and manage their condition.

Grossology
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Appaloosa Interactive

Grossology is an educational science game that focuses on the grosser, and presumably more fun, aspects of biology.

Grow Your Chi
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Baldwin Social Cognition Laboratory
In Grow Your Chi, players seek enlightenment so that their Chi Pet can thrive. To attain enlightenment, players click on smiles and their own name and avoid frowns and other names. This free, online game was developed by the Baldwin Social Cognition...
Half-Life
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Valve
Half-Life is a first-person shooter game set in an underground research facility. Players solve puzzles and tasks to find their way out of the facility. This game has been used as therapy for individuals with phobias. It can be played on the Sega Dre...
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Ubisoft
Handigo contains a set of three mini-games designed to educate players about what it’s like to live with some type of impairment. Each mini-game addresses a different kind of handicap, and it is the goal of the player to overcome obstacles so they...
Happy Neuron Attention Games: Catch the Ladybug!, Secret Files, Ancient Writing, Dance with the Fireflies, Find Your Way, Pay Attention, Private Eye
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HAPPYneuron

This web-based collection of brain training games and exercises was developed to improve and strengthen players’ concentration and ability to focus and give attention.

Happy Neuron Language Games: Split Words, Embroidery, Sieze the Keywords, The Right Word, This Story is Full of Blanks
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HAPPYneuron
The Happy Neuron Language collection of web-based games and exercises was developed to challenge and strengthen players’ language processing skills. Players choose among a variety of games that focus on areas including word recognition and grammar....
Happy Neuron Memory Games: An American in Paris, Cocktails, Around the World in 80 Trips, Bird Songs, Displaced Characters, Elephant Memory, Heraldry, Shapes and Colors, The Squeeking Mouse, Words, Where are You?, Objects, Where are You
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HAPPYneuron
The Happy Neuron Memory Games collection was developed to challenge and strengthen the player’s memories. Players choose among a variety of games that offer information and strategies for improving memory functions. These web-based games are availa...
Happy Neuron Visual-Spatial Games: Entangled Objects, Points of View, Sleight of Hand, Turning Around and Around, Under Pressure
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HAPPYneuron

Happy Neuron Visual-Spatial Games were developed to help improve players’ visual and spatial skills. These games may teach players to be more aware of their surroundings.

Hazmat: Hotzone
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The Entertainment Technology Center
Hazmat: Hotzone is a simulation game designed to train first responders to handle emergencies involving hazardous materials. Players experience a real hazmat emergency and use appropriate procedures to contain the situation. This game was build for p...
Health Month
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Enjoymentland
“Health Month is about taking the SCIENCE of nutrition and behavior change and combining it with the SOCIAL GAMES of the recent social web to help people improve their health habits in a fun and sustainable way. If you can enjoy...
HealthSeeker
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Ayogo Games, Inc.
“HealthSeeker is a unique online experience that combines a supportive social networking environment with important information on managing diabetes. The game utilizes the player’s own Facebook friends as sources of inspiration and support along...
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RTI International
Healthy Children, Healthy Homes is a malaria prevention game developed for children living in South Africa where the disease is quite prevalent. The game is designed to educate players about ways to protect themselves against malaria by presenting th...
Healthy Eating & Exercise Software
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NoteNiks Software
Healthy Eating and Exercise Software is a set of children’s PC games that focus on the importance of eating healthy foods and staying physically active. These educational games can teach children to engage in healthy eating habits, avoid junk food,...
Heart Sense
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University of Pennsylvania
Heart Sense is a role-playing, web-based, free game designed to educate players about the risk of heart attacks. The game puts players in the shoes of a hero who must solve a crime while trying to find true love. Throughout the game, players run into...
Helix
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Ghostfire Games
Helix is a dance game designed to give players a fun and exciting way to exercise. Similar to the children’s game Simon Says, players mimic the motions and dance moves demonstrated by a robot on the screen. There are several levels of difficulty an...
History of Biology
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Spongelab Interactive

“Learn about the history of biology, people and events, and the impact discoveries have had on society, ethics, politics and culture, then and now - through a fun, interactive scavenger hunt!

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Hit the Dot is a free, online, brain training game designed to sharpen and improve players’ concentration and attention. The goal is to click on the black dots when they appear in white circles. For every black dot hit, the player receives one poin...
HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse Maze
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Developed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse Maze requires players to navigate through a maze to reach a helicopter. While traveling through the maze, players come upon ten true or false questions related to facts ab...
Hockey IntelliGym
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ACE - Applied Cognitive Engineering, Inc.

"The Hockey IntelliGym™ is a revolutionary, software-based training tool that helps players develop hockey sense – the perception and decision-making skills necessary to stay one step ahead of the puck and the game."

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Houston is a mobile phone game designed to encourage physical activity. The game comes with a pedometer that counts the number of steps players take over a certain period of time.

Hug a Tree
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Hug a Tree is a free, online stress reduction game designed to help players improve their stress levels and feel more relaxed. The game offers techniques for clearing thoughts, soothing nerves, and other ways to promote an overall sense of balance an...
Humana Games for Health - Experience
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Humana
Humana Games for Health – Experience allows players to watch videos and play mini-games that focus on fitness, medical care, school, work, and senior living. Players can explore different areas of the game to learn about how to stay healthy and fit...
HumanSim
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Virtual Heroes

HumanSim is a simulation game for the PC designed to train and educate healthcare professionals in the areas of decision-making and assessment of patients during life-threatening situations.

Hungry Red Planet
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Health Media Lab
Hungry Red Planet is an educational game the focuses on the importance of nutrition and healthy eating. The game takes place in space and players go on a mission to help build a colony on Mars. In order to win, players must come up with ways to distr...
Idea Seekers Move & Match
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Idea Seekers Move & Match is a free online game designed to teach children about food and nutrition. The goal is for players to find and grab the healthy foods among a big mix up. A webcam is required to play this game.

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (Rutgers University)

"Imagine That! is a Simulation Game of Drinking-Related Choices created by Linda C. Lederman, Ph. D. Rutgers University."

Immune Attack
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Federation of American Scientists (FAS)

This free, downloadable game teaches about the immune system and is targeted to high school and college students.

Immune Responses
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Nobel Media

"Go through ten interactive stops and find out how our immune system protects us and sometimes could harm us."

Immune System Defender
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Nobel Media

"In this game, you are a trainee soldier of the Immune System Defense Forces, defending a human against bacterial infection. You have two missions to complete.

IMPACT
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ToucanEd
IMPACT was developed in response to growing concern over obesity in the United States. Players can learn about the benefits of physical activity and how to change their lifestyles for the better. This game has been used to help those at risk of obesi...
Incident Commander
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Breakaway Ltd.
Incident Commander, a PC game, is used to train first responders how to respond to disaster situations. Players assume the role of an incident commander and coordinate and manage the multiple agencies needed during times of emergency including police...
Infection Detection Protection Games
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American Museum of Natural History
Developed by the American Museum of Natural History, Infection Detection Protection Games are designed to educate children about the dangers of bacteria in food. Players of this free, online collection of games can learn about properly handling and s...
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International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation
Inner G is a free, online puzzle game that intends to teach young players about human organs and their locations in the human body. Players are presented with a body that is missing some vital organs and must correctly place the organs back where the...
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Vigorous Mind
Inside and Outside is a web-based matching game that requires players to match the big picture in the middle of the screen with one of the smaller pictures that appear around the perimeter. This game is designed to test players’ ability to concentr...
Insulot
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CHORD-J

Insulot is an educational mobile phone game developed to teach players about blood glucose levels and insulin dosages. The game operates in the form of a slot machine.

Interactive Nights Out 1
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WILL Interactive
In Interactive Nights Out 1, players assume the role of a lead character and make choices regarding situations that many young adults face in the real world. Players navigate through the game making decisions about sex, drugs, and alcohol and then ob...
Interactive Nights Out 2
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WILL Interactive
Interactive Nights Out 2 is a PC game designed to educate young adults about the importance of making informed decisions about alcohol and drugs. Players are presented with situations similar to those experienced by young adults in the real world inc...
Interactive Trauma Trainer
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TruSim
"Interactive Trauma Trainer demonstrated the benefits of game based learning for medical staff posted to a conflict zone. The Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre commissioned the prototype."...
It's Your Call
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Web Wise Kids

"The Web Wise Kids cell phone safety program for middle school children is titled It's Your Call.

It's Your Game...Keep It Real
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University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH)
"It's Your Game.. Keep It Real is a classroom and computer based HIV, STI and pregnancy prevention program for 7th and 8th grade students. It consists of 50 minute lessons and integrates group base classroom activities with personalized journaling, a...
It’s a Skin Cell’s Life
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American Academy of Dermatology

"Play "It's a Skin Cell's Life®" with your child to see how the interactive game lets kids learn how to practice good skin care virtually, or risk the consequences of pimples, greasy hair, a poison ivy rash and sunburn."

Jackie Chan Studio Fitness POWERBOXING
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SSD Company Limited

Jackie Chan Studio Fitness Powerboxing is a Xavix exergame designed to help players workout while engaging in interactive boxing.

Jillian Michael’s Fitness Ultimatum 2009
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3G Studios, Inc.
Jillian Michael’s Fitness Ultimatum 2009 is an exergame for the Nintendo Wii that uses celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michael as a guide and motivator to help players achieve their fitness goals. This game intends to help players lose weight and...
Journey into the Brain
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Morphonix
Journey into the Brain, an educational PC game for children, focuses on the structures within the human brain. Players embark on an adventure to figure out why their friend is acting strange. Along the way, players run into characters that represent...
Juf in a Box
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Ranj Serious Games

"Juf in a Box ('Teacher in a Box') is developed by Ranj, in co-operation with TNO, the Donders Institute, Avans and the Radboud University of Nijmegen.

Juice Jumble
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Playnormous, LLC
Juice Jumble is a free, online educational health game designed to teach children about the importance of choosing beverages that contain 100% fruit juice. The goal is to match five tiles that contain pictures of a particular drink to make a chain. E...
Kids Games
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UpToTen

Kids Games is an educational web site for children that offers a variety of free games, activities, and puzzles. Games address areas including coordination, art, music, and cognition.

Killer Flu
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Persuasive Games

In the free, online game Killer Flu, players are taught about seasonal and pandemic flu and how those differ from the influenza virus.

Konami Kids Playground: Alphabet Circus
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Konami Digital Entertainment

This is one game in a series of games that encourages Pre-K children to engage their bodies in learning.

Konami Kids Playground: Dinosaurs Shapes & Colors
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Konami Digital Entertainment

This is one game in a series of games that encourages Pre-K children to engage their bodies in learning.

Konami Kids Playground: Frogger Hop, Skip & Jumpin' Fun
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Konami Digital Entertainment

This is one game in a series of games that encourages Pre-K children to engage their bodies in learning.

Konami Kids Playground: Toy Pals Fun With Numbers
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Konami Digital Entertainment

This is one game in a series of games that encourages Pre-K children to engage their bodies in learning.

Learning for Children
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AT KidSystems

"Learning for Children-Exploration software is developmentally appropriate for children 3-5 years.

Let's Pilates
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Vanpool
Let’s Pilates is an instructional handheld game for the Nintendo DS intended to teach players how to do Pilates and provide tips and strategies for training even when on the go.Players may learn to improve their flexibility, coordination, strength,...
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Arizona State University

Developed by several universities, Let’s Talk About It is an interactive game that focuses on the perceptions college students have about campus drinking behaviors.

Let's Yoga
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Vanpool
In the game Let’s Yoga, players are instructed to do yoga and incorporate the exercise into their normal routines. This game for the Nintendo DS includes tips and techniques for postures, breathing, and poses that aim to help players better deal wi...
Life and Death in the Age of Malaria
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University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing
“This game teaches you about malaria and how to reduce the risk of contracting it when traveling abroad.” The player has the option to take a pre-knowledge quiz. The job of the player is “to advise travel abroad students about disease preventio...
Lightspace
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Motion Fitness
Lightspace is a large interactive floor made up of tiles that display different colors and images depending on the game. This interactive floor comes with lots of games and has the ability to track each step players make. Players can run, jump, skip,...
Little D's Nutrition Expedition Games: Little D's Quintricious, Picnic Adventure, The Banquey
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Little D’s Expedition is a collection of games by the National Dairy Council designed to teach children about the components of the food pyramid and the importance of eating healthy foods. There are four free, online games that test players’ know...
Living With Kidney Disease
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Starlight Children's Foundation

"Written by adolescents with kidney disease, Living With Kidney DiseaseTM is an interactive

Lost in Migration
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Lumos Labs
Lost in Migration is a brain training game intended to strengthen concentration and reaction time by improving players’ cognitive control. Players are shown a pack of black birds that are all facing the same way except for one. Using the arrow keys...
Love Bugs Battle
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Love Bugs Battle is a free, online game designed to encourage players to always use protection when engaging in sexual activity. Players shoot condoms at bacteria and other infections to stay protected. Players can learn about different sexually tran...
Lumosity Brain Games
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Lumos Labs

This collection of web-based brain training exercises and activities is designed to improve multiple areas of cognition. Players can choose from a variety of games that focus on concentration, memory, attention, and more.

Lunch Crunch
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Playnormous, LLC
Lunch Crunch is a free, online educational game for children about the importance of maintaining a healthy diet filled with fruits and vegetables. This game was to help prevent diabetes and obesity by educating players about living healthier lifestyl...
Lunch Crunch 2
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Playnormous, LLC
"It’s lunchtime again and Chef Bleu has cooked up some healthy (and not-so-healthy) items for you to choose from! Lunch is a great time to add fruit and vegetables to your day even when eating out. Help the lunch line by removing unhealthy side ite...
Make a Shake
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"Make your own virtual milk shake, print your recipe and then try it at home in your own kitchen! Make sure to use your Blender safely."

Makoto Sports Arena
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Makoto USA
This exergame takes place in a boxing ring. Players can get a full-body workout by using their arms and legs to respond to visual and audio cues located on each corner of the arena. Reaction time and accuracy are recorded and stored so that players c...
Malaria
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Nobel Media

"The Mosquito and Parasite educational games and related reading, are based on the 1902 and 1907 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Master Motion
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The Entertainment Technology Center
Master Motion is a project of the Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center. A prototype Tai Chi game uses a wireless virtual reality system to track and record full body movements while producing an animated representation of the pl...
Match-A-Tooth
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American Dental Association (ADA)
In this free, online game by the American Dental Association, players can learn facts and tips about properly taking care of your teeth. In two levels of difficulty, players match dental objects to receive points and gain knowledge about maintain hea...
ME2
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ME2

Itoys Inc.

Me2 is a game for which you create an avatar and a pedometer that counts and keeps track of every step taken by players. In order to unlock games on the device, players must accumulate points based on the amount of step taken.

Medical Imaging: Welcome to the Radiology Center
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Starlight Children's Foundation
"Medical Imaging: Welcome to the Radiology Center is an interactive online program that allows children and teens to take a virtual tour of a radiology center and get a closer look at tests like X-rays, MRIs and CT scans."...
Memory Matrix
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Lumos Labs
This free, online brain-training game is designed to sharpen and improve players’ working memory. The game is made up of a series of rounds that become more complex and challenging as the player advances. Players watch tiles a pattern of lights and...
Milk Matters: The Great Escape, Cow Bop Game, Milk Matters Puzzle
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Published by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Milk Matters is a free, online collection of interactive games designed to educate players about the importance of calcium

Millie Meter's Nutrition Adventure
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BVM Produktion GmbH
Millie Meter’s Nutrition Adventure puts players in the role of Millie, a character on a mission to discover why a family of giants is feeling sick. Players embark on a journey through one of the giant’s bodies and search for clues. Players comple...
Mind Reading
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University of Cambridge
Mind Reading is a unique software program developed to help players recognize human emotions and expressions. Originally designed for autistic individuals, this program can be used by anyone interested in learning to recognize and interpret the emoti...
MindHabits
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MindHabits
MindHabits is an interactive game filled with exercises, challenges, and activities designed to put the player in a more positive state of mind. With the help of the game, players can strive to reduce their stress and anxiety while increasing self-es...
Mirror Image
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Web Wise Kids

"Mirror Image tells the story of teenagers Sheena and Megan, best friends who are victimized by a criminal who uses the Internet to lure young women with promises of modeling contracts and online r

Missing
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Web Wise Kids

Missing teaches players about the risks of interacting with strangers on the Internet. The game presents a story about a kid who went missing after leaving to meet a person they had met online.

Mission Control
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AT KidSystems

"Mission Control™ is a versatile computer access device designed for children who do not use a standard keyboard and standard mouse.

Mission Nutrition
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KidsHealth

"Are you up to this nutrition challenge? Explore our kitchen and find out. You can open the fridge, snoop in the cabinet, and even play the message on the answering machine."

MIT Handheld Augmented Reality Simulations
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Scheller Teacher Education Program
MIT Handheld Augmented Reality Simulations combine the real world around players with additional information provided by the game through a location-aware handheld computer. Players can move in their physical world, such as a zoo or museum, while gat...
Monster Garden
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Lumos Labs
Monster Garden, a web-based brain-training game, is a spatial memory exercise intended to help improve memory and attention. Players are briefly shown where monsters are hidden in a garden and then must make their way through without stepping on them...
Monster Nutrition
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In the game Monster Nutrition, players must make healthy food choices for a monster that eats anything and everything. The goal is to attain points by feeding the monster healthy foods and answering questions about nutrition and the food pyramid. Thi...
MouthPower Online
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eduweb
"The secret of a healthy smile is simple: taking good care of your teeth. And what's the best way to find out how to do that? Let Mouthie take you into the MouthPower laboratory. Experiment to find the healthiest choices about food, tobacco, and...
MSA FireSlayer Challenge: Thermal Response, Version 2
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MSA

Available for free download, this simulation game puts players in a burning building. The goal is for players to navigate through the smoke-filled rooms and rescue as many victims as possible.

MX 10 Workout Master
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Motivatrix

MX 10 Workout Master is a console, dancepad, exergame system that allows users to exercise while dancing to music. Motivatrix recognizes players’ footwork and senses arm movements and flailing.

My Fitness Coach
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Ubisoft
My Fitness Coach is an exergame for the Nintendo Wii that engages players in workouts designed to help them lose weight and get in shape. It offers hundreds of exercises including yoga, kickboxing, and strength training. Players can use tutorials dur...
My Fitness Coach: Get in Shape
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responDESIGN
In this game for the Nintendo Wii, players can create and keep track of their own fitness plans to ensure that workouts are suited to their needs. The game includes a virtual personal trainer who offers tips and advice while encouraging players to re...
My Stop Smoking Coach with Allen Carr
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Ubisoft Quebec

My Stop Smoking Coach with Allen Carr is designed to help players quit smoking tobacco. This Nintendo DS game is based on the philosophies of Allen Carr and is intended to be an entertaining, challenging, and helpful way to stop smoking.

My Student Body
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Inflexxion

My Student Body is an online game that focuses on issues that many college students face including drug and alcohol abuse, stress, and sexual health. The game provides information about getting help.

My Weight Loss Coach
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Ubisoft Montréal
This weight loss game for the Nintendo DS intends to teach players how to adopt and maintain healthier eating habits and get ample amounts of daily physical activity. The game includes a pedometer to keep track of progress and allows players to come...
My Word Coach
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Ubisoft

My Word Coach is a Nintendo Wii and DS game designed to test players’ ability to command and use the English language.

MyPyramid Blast Off
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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

MyPyramid Blast Off, a free, online game developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, educates players about the importance of making healthy food choices.

Mystery of the Rash Outbreak (Osmosis Jones)
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Warner Bros. Entertainment
This free, online game is based on the movie Osmosis Jones and takes place inside the body of a person who has a mysterious skin rash. Players assume the role of a white blood cell that must complete challenges to solve the problem of a skin rash....
Nanoswarm: Invasion from Inner Space
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Archimage, Inc.
Nanoswarm: Invasion from Inner Space is a serious game developed to combat obesity and type 2 diabetes. Players embark on a sci-fi adventure that incorporates behavioral modification theories to help players adopt healthier eating habits and engage i...
National Geographic Kids
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This free, online collection of interactive games, puzzles, and activities was designed by the National Geographic Society to help children prepare for their schoolwork.

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kids' Pages
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The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Kids’ Pages web site offers free educational games for children. Many of the games focus on the environment and how exposure to environmental hazards can damage health. Players can also learn...
NEAT-o-Games
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Computational Physiology Lab (CPL)

NEAT-o-Race and NEAT-o-Sudoku are mobile phone games that require players to earn activity points in order to advance.

NeuroMatrix
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Morphonix
In the PC game NeuroMatrix, players are secret agents on a mission to save a group of scientists from the brain-invading Nanobots. The goal is to successfully infiltrate the neuroscience research facility and stop the Nanobots from spreading before t...
Nutrition Sleuth
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Pacific Science Center
Nutrition Sleuth is an free, online interactive quiz game that tests players’ knowledge of nutrients. Players pick a card that describes a character with a particular symptom such asinsomnia or wounds that have not healed. Players must figure out w...
Online Autism Games
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The Online Autism Games are free, online mini-games developed to help children with Autism or Asperger Syndrome understand people and human emotions. Each game is specially designed to teach players time sequences, word pairings, and how to recognize...
Outbreak at Watersedge
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Midwest Center for Life-Long-Learning in Public Health (MCLPH)
Outbreak at Watersedge puts players in the role of a public health official trying to track down the source of a mysterious illness. Players review medical charts, conduct interviews, investigate places where the outbreak may have started, and take s...
Outlaw Planet
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
In the free, online game Outlaw Planet, players enter the future to find that the networks that hold societies together have been hacked, causing universal chaos. Players must use their strategy skills and work together to come up with ways to put so...
Packy & Marlon
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WaveQuest

Rats and mice have invaded diabetes summer camp and it is up to our diabetic elephant heroes, Packy & Marlon, to find food and diabetes supplies to save the camp.  In four simulated days

Pain Tricks
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"A colourful collection of tricks to make medical procedures less scary and sore. For kids and grown ups too!

 

Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet
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Humongous
This game was designed to educate children about eating healthy foods and staying away from sweets. Players help track down four delegates missing from an emergency peace conference to help bring healthy foods to a chaotic island population that eats...
Pamoja Mtaani - AIDS prevention game
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Virtual Heroes

Pamoja Mtaani (Together in the Hood) is a multi-player game intended to alter the attitudes, behaviors, and risk perceptions around HIV.

Patient Rescue
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TruSim

"Using medical data from leading UK clinicians and automatic generation techniques, Patient Rescue supports health professionals to understand the signs of patient deterioration, use correct assessment protocols and intervene effectively."

Perfect Plate
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Blockdot, Inc.
This free, online educational game is designed to help teach players how to lose weight by eating balanced meals. The goal of this game is to create meals that have a balance of low-fat and low-protein foods. In order to accomplish this, players choo...
Personal Investigator
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Personal Investigator is therapeutic game developed for tween and teens with depression and other mental health problems. Players assume the role of a detective who must help different characters solve their problems by tracking down clues that can l...
Personal Trainer: Cooking
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Indies Zero
Personal Trainer: Cooking is an instructional cooking game for the Nintendo DS intended to teach players how to make nutritious and healthy meals. The game is easy to use and gives step-by-step instructions to make cooking simple and easy. Players ca...
Personal Trainer: Walking
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Nintendo
"Personal Trainer: Walking helps you keep track of your daily walking routine, and aids in working towards a happy, healthy life rhythm! Two included Activity Meter™ accessories let you and a friend or family member trace the steps you take each an...
Pick a Card
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Pick a Card is a quiz game by the National Institute on Drug Abuse that tests players’ knowledge about drugs and their memorization skills. The game gives players a few seconds to see drug names on the back of cards before flipping the cards over....
Playnormous
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Playnormous, LLC

Playnormous.com is a web site for children that offers free health games that focus on nutrition and healthy eating habits.

Popsicle
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Popsicle is a stress reduction game designed to soothe the nerves and induce a sense of balance and well being within players. The free, online game seeks to renew players' spirit by stimulating a shift in cognitive perspective.

Positive Gaming iDANCE2 System
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Positive Gaming

Positive Gaming iDANCE2 System is a multi-player machine dance software that allows 32 people to play simultaneously with real time performance feedback.

Positive or Not
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MTV Networks on Campus (mtvU)
In the game Positive or Not, players must determine whether a person is HIV-positive based on a picture and few descriptors. After the player takes a guess, they are told whether or not the person in the picture is HIV-positive. If the person was pos...
Power Struggle
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
The free, downloadale game Power Struggle takes place in the near future during a time when the world is in a bitter battle over alternative fuels. Players use strategy skills and work together to come up with ideas for alternative sources of fuel an...
PrimaryGames
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Primary Games

PrimaryGames is a free, online collection of educational games, activities, and puzzles for children .

Prongo
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Prongo.com, Inc.

Prongo is a web site that offers free educational activities, puzzles, and games for young students. Players can choose among a variety of math, logic, and cognition games.

Pulse!! The Virtual Clinical Learning Lab
1
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Texas A&M University, Corpus-Christi
Pulse!! is a simulation game for health care professionals that allows them to train and practice without the risk of harming patients. Players work in a virtual hospital where they respond to emergency situations, diagnose, and treat patients as the...
Punch-Out!!
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Next Level Games
Punch-Out!! is boxing game for the Nintendo Wii that allows players to punch, block, and jab their way to being the next champion. Using the Wii remote and nunchuck, players face a series of boxers they must defeat to advance up the professional boxi...
Puzzability Sampler
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Puzzability

The Puzzability Sampler is a free, downloadable collection of puzzles, activities, and exercises designed to stimulate the mind and increase cognitive capability. Players can choose from dozens of games the whole family can enjoy.

Pyramid Pile Up!
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Playnormous, LLC
This is a free, online puzzle game designed to educate children about the food groups that make up the food pyramid. Players fill in the pyramid chart with a variety of foods to learn about proper nutrition and how calories work. Hungry Chompy monste...
Qmotions - Baseball
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Qmotions
Qmotions - Baseball is a controller device shaped like a baseball bat designed to capture the full motion of the player. Using this device, players can experience playing baseball without leaving the comfort of their own living room. The device and a...
Qmotions - FunFitness
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Qmotions
Qmotions - FunFitness is a game controller that installs into most stationary recumbent bikes. . Many existing video racing games are compatible with the controller and players can use it to feel like they are competing in a race while they exercise....
Qmotions - Golf
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Qmotions
Qmotions - Golf is a game controller designed to caputre the full motion of the player as they swing, putt, and tee-off while playing existing popular golf games. The device keeps tracks of speed, club direction, and accuracy of swing to provide usef...
Qmotions - Xboard
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Qmotions
Qmotions - Xboard is a full motion game controller device that allows players to experience snow or skateboading games in a whole new and exciting way. Players can ride courses like never before while they compete with others and learn new tricks and...
Quarantine
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
In the free, online game Quarantine, players enter the future during a time in which human societies have been threatened by an outbreak of an infectious respiratory disease. The goal is to consider all implications of the virus and respond to it bef...
Quest for the Code
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Starlight Children's Foundation

Quest for the Code is a free, online game that focuses on asthma management and how to avoid asthmatic triggers.

QuiQui's Giant Bounce
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Media Lab Helsinki
QuiQui’s Giant Bounce is a web-based exergame designed to help children develop coordination skills, balance, and spatial recognition. Players assume the role of QuiQui, a green dragon embarking on an adventures including swimming in the ocean and...
Ravenous
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
The free, online game Ravenous takes place in the future.The food chain has been broken, and societies are desperately searching for alternative ways to feed themselves. This game requires players to use their strategy skills and work together to com...
Re-Mission
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Realtime Associates

Re-Mission is a free adventure game designed to help young patients with cancer overcome their fears and feel more in control of their conditions.

Reach Out Central
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Inspire Foundation
This free, downloadable educational game focuses on important issues faced by many young individuals during their high school and college years. The game allows players to experience and manipulate scenarios to help them prepare for similar situation...
RePlay: Finding Zoe
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Take Action Games

Replay: Finding Zoe is a free, online educational game designed to promote healthy and equal relationships among individuals and reduce gender stereotyping and sexism.

Rex Ronan: Experimental Surgeon
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Sculptured Software

In a side-scrolling Nintendo console adventure game, players guide experimental surgeon Rex Ronan as he shrinks to near-microscopic size, enters the body of his patient who is dying from tobacco-

River City
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Activeworlds, Inc.

River City is an educational game developed by the National Science Foundation for middle school students that focuses on teamwork and using the scientific method to help solve a mysterious health

Road Ready Streetwise
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WildTangent
An free, downloadable educational game designed to teach teens the importance of safe and responsible driving,this game addresses issues common among inexperienced drivers including cells phones, loud music, distractions, and nighttime driving. Playe...
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (Rutgers University)

RU SURE? is a simulation game designed to engage students in thinking about their drinking. Players of this game will be faced with making alcohol-related decisions that can lead to serious consequences.

Sara’s Quest
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Developed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Sara’s Quest is designed to inform players about the harmful effects of drugs. There are several areas in this free, downloadable game that players can visit; each one focuses on a different class...
Seek 'n Spell
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Retronyms

Seek 'n Spell is a mobile phone game played outside using a global positioning system (GPS). While outdoors, players use their GPS to identify areas in which virtual letters are hidden.

Sheppard Software
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Sheppard Software

Sheppard Software is a collection of free, online educational games, puzzles, and activities designed to teach young minds about health and improve understanding in various school related subjects.

Sickle Cell Slime-O-Rama
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Starlight Children's Foundation

Sickle Cell Slime-O-Rama is intended to help children with sickle cell disease feel better about themselves and gain a greater understanding of their condition.Players are contestants on a game sho

SilverFit Mile
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SilverFit

"The SilverFit Mile can be installed on your existing treadmill. A projector beams a virtual environment on a sceen in front of the treadmill. This gives the participant the feeling of actually walking through the surroundings."

SilverFit Newton
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SilverFit

"The SilverFit Newton is a virtual therapy system for strength training. It can be fitted to any type of equipment that operates with a weight stack such as a pulley, a leg press, or a shoulder press."

SimHealth
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Thinking Tools, Inc.
Published in 1994, this simulation game challenges players to develop and enact a perfect healthcare system for the United States. Players devise plans that reflect their own personal values and then apply it to society to see how it works. Virtual p...
Simon Says
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Primary Games
In the free, online game Simon Says, players are presented with four colored circles that light up in a particular sequence. Players must use their memory and repeat the sequence. As players get further into the game, the sequences become more compli...
Smart Cycle
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Fisher-Price

The Smart Cycle is a stationary bike by Fisher-Price that allows young children to engage in physical activity while playing a learning video game.

Smart Cycle Extreme
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Fisher-Price

"The Smart Cycle Extreme is a stationary bike, arcade game and learning center that plugs directly into your TV.

Smart Cycle Racer
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Fisher-Price

"It’s a stationary bike, a learning center, and an arcade game system—all rolled into one! Smart Cycle Racer plugs right into your TV, ready to take kids on learning adventures like no other.

SmartBrain Technologies
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SmartBrain Technologies
Intended to allow players to exercise their brains while playing a regular video game, SmartBrain Technologies is a neurofeedback system that attaches to a console. Players of this system will experience personalized training to improve their memory,...
Smarty Pants
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Planet Moon Studios
Smarty Pants is an interactive trivia game for the Nintendo Wii that offers a variety of questions designed to test how smart players are. Questions are tailored to players’ age; this game is therefore suitable for individuals of all ages. Players...
Smile Style
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this free, online game is designed to teach children about proper dental care and hygiene. The goal is to determine whether items are healthy or unhealthy for teeth by placing them on the c...
Smoke Attack
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Blackpencil Entertainment AG
"In this smoking-risk awareness game from the swiss federal office of public health, you are navigating the caracter "Oxy" through offices. You can fight the aggressive smoking balls and the cigarettes by shooting them with your oxygen gun. There are...
Snack Dash
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Digital Public
Snack Dash is an educational game by the School Food Trust designed to teach children about the importance of healthy eating and exercise. The goal of this free, online game is to collect healthy food items while racing around a course and avoiding e...
Sneeze
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Oil Productions
Sneeze demonstrates how easily a virus can be transmitted from person to person. In each level of this free, online game, players infect a certain percentage of people with only one sneeze. After sneezing on a person, players watch as that sneeze get...
Social Skill Builder: My Community
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Social Skill Builder

"In contrast to other programs that focus primarily on in-school behaviors, My Community is all about enhancing a child's social skills and personal safety in the larger world outside the classroom

Social Skill Builder: My School Day Enhanced
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Social Skill Builder

My School Day is a software program designed to educate older children about proper interactions and basic classroom etiquette.

Social Skill Builder: Preschool Playtime Volume 1
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Social Skill Builder

Preschool Playtime is a software program designed to help build appropriate social skills in young children.

Social Skill Builder: Preschool Playtime Volume 2
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Social Skill Builder

"Preschool Playtime Volume 2 is an extension of the material covered in Preschool Playtime Volume 1, and reinforces appropriate peer interactions and play skills in toddlers and preschoolers.

Social Skill Builder: School Rules! Volume 1
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Social Skill Builder

School Rules! is a software program designed to educate tweens and teens about appropriate behaviors in and outside the classroom.

Social Skill Builder: School Rules! Volume 2
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Social Skill Builder

"School Rules! Volume 2 takes up where School Rules! Volume 1 leaves off, teaching social interpretation skills during unstructured times when social rules are most challenging.

Social Skill Builder: You Are a Social Detective
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Social Skill Builder

"A collaborative effort between Social Skill Builder and Michelle Garcia Winner & Pamela Crooke of Social Thinking.

Space Wranglers
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National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
In Space Wranglers, players are presented with multiple-choice questions about drugs. Each possible answer is highlighted on a colored asteroid; players must shoot the correct asteroid while dodging others. This free, online game was developed by the...
SparkTop.org
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SparkTop.org is a web site that offers free educational games, puzzles, activities, and exercises for children that learn differently or at a slower pace.

Speed Brain
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Lumos Labs

Speed Brain is a brain-training game designed to help players improve their reaction time and processing speed.

Spinal Tap: Discovering the Secrets of Spinal Fluid
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Starlight Children's Foundation

"Spinal Tap: Discovering the Secrets of Spinal Fluid is an interactive online game which was developed as a tool for children and teens ages 10 to 14 to actively explore information about the spina

Spotlight on IV's
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Starlight Children's Foundation

Spotlight on IV's is a quiz game that tests players’ knowledge of IV’s (intravenous).

Squire's Quest! II
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Archimage, Inc.
"The Squire's Quest! 2 research project is the second iteration of the Children's Nutrition Research Center's highly acclaimed multimedia program Squire's Quest!, which was clinically proven to increase fruit, juice and vegetable consumption in eleme...
Squire’s Quest!
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Squires Quest! was developed to help encourage children to eat healthier foods. Players assume the role of a squire training to become knights who abolish invaders threatening to destroy all the fruits and vegetables. At the end of each level, player...
Stroke Rehabilitation
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (Rutgers University)
Rutgers University and The State University of New Jersey developed this software program and gaming glove designed to help patients recover hand function after experiencing a stroke. This virtual rehabilitation system is based on the Microsoft Xbox...
Super Monkey Ball Adventure
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Traveller's Tales
Super Monkey Ball: Adventure requires players to control a monkey inside a ball while traveling through narrow and treacherous obstacle courses. The goal is to maintain control over the monkey, collect bananas, and not fall off the side. Players must...
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
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SEGA
In Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz, players control a monkey inside a ball while traveling through narrow and dangerous obstacle courses. The goal is to maintain control over the monkey and make it to the end of the level without falling off the side...
Super Munchers: The Challenge Continues...
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Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC)

In Super Munchers: The Challenge Continues…, players take control of a muncher and move around consuming words that fall under a category.

Super Sleuths
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Education Development Center (EDC)

Super Sleuths is an educational game designed to teach seventh grade students about science and scientific exploration.

SuperBetter
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SuperBetter Labs

"SuperBetter helps you achieve your health goals — or recover from an illness or injury — by increasing your personal resilience.

Supershagland
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Supershagland is an adventure game created for World's AIDS Day that seeks to educate and raise awareness about the HIV/AIDS virus. The game emphasizes the importance of condom use and other safe ways to avoid contracting the disease. Players navigat...
Superstruct
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Institute for the Future (IFTF)
Superstruct is a free, online massively multiplayer game that focuses on some of the environmental and societal issues that the world may face in the future. Players must work together to come up with plausible solutions and strategies that may help...
Surgery Simulator
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"Lives are in your hands as you take on the role of a top surgeon at a busy city hospital. With eight authentically recreated surgical procedures in your reperoitre, your skills are much in demand. You will need to keep your brain as sharp as your sc...
Surgery Simulator
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“Lives are in your hands as you take on the role of a top surgeon at a busy city hospital.

Symptom Scenes
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"Symptom Scenes is an arcade game featuring a cast of cute characters suffering from Meningitis or Septicaemia. It's a race against time to recognize the symptoms and save as many as you can!

TeachTown: Basics Classroom
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TeachTown

"TeachTown: Basics Classroom combines computer lessons with offline activities for students who are developmentally 2 to 7 years old.

TeachTown: Basics Home
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TeachTown

TeachTown is a web-based educational program developed to help children improve in various subject areas taught in school.

TeachTown: Social Skills Classroom
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TeachTown

"Our animated video modeling-based social skills curriculum features engaging animated characters to teach real world social skills.

The Anatomy of Care
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WILL Interactive
In The Anatomy of Care, players can experience a bit of what it is like to be hospital employee. Players assume the role of five different hospital workers and can experience the importance of good communication between medical staff and patients....
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Nottingham University Hospitals

Secret agents are on a mission to uncover information about asthma management in The Asthma Files.

The Balanced Plate Game
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The Balanced Plate Game is a free, online educational game designed to teach children about the food groups and the importance of eating balanced meals. The game presents players with an empty plate that is divided into sections that represent the gr...
The Berenstain Bears: Learning At Home, Volume One
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Compton's New Media
Players can learn interesting facts and play activities as they explore the rooms of the Berenstain Bears’ home. While walking around the house, players find that each room contains an animated sequence and a new learning activity. Emotions, time t...
The Cat
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The Cat is a free, online stress-reduction game that can help players de-stress and balance their minds and emotions. This game is intended to be useful for meditation, sleep, inducing feelings of peacefulness, and maintaining reduced stress levels....
The Diabetic Dog
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Nobel Media

"In this game your dog has type-1 diabetes. This is a very serious disease. With proper treatment, however, your dog can live a happy life for many years.

The Feelings Game
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Do2Learn
Free and online, the Feelings Game was developed to help children with autism learn to recognize facial expressions and emotions. Players are shown a set of three pictures representing different facial expressions. Players must look at each face, det...
The Game Closet: Mission Nutrition
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The Nemours Foundation
In the game free, online game Mission Nutrition, players explore a kitchen to find facts and information about different types of foods and drinks. The idea is to examine the refrigerator, pantry, and kitchen cabinets and select the foods that are th...
The Game Closet: The Halloween Candy Game
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The Nemours Foundation
The Halloween Candy Game is educational free, online game intended to teach children about the importance of limiting candy consumption after trick-or-treating. Players pick out candies one by one and place them inside a pumpkin’s mouth. Each time...
The Game Closet: The Spelling Bee Game
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The Nemours Foundation
The Spelling Bee Game is a free, online game that requires players to spell health-related words. Players listen to a word and then are given one chance to spell it correctly. If a word is misspelled, the game indicates the correct spelling so player...
The Game Closet: Time For Bed?
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The Nemours Foundation
Time For Bed? is designed to teach children about the importance of getting enough sleep every night. Players are presented with two pictures, one with a child and another featuring an animal. Players determine whether the child or the animal require...
The Great Flu
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Ranj Serious Games

“In an effort to further raise awareness, Dutch researchers have created a game that challenges players to control a new pandemic.

The Immune Platoon
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
This educational game by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is designed to teach children about different types of diseases and infections. Players work as detectives who review case files containing information about an illness such as i...
The Immune System Defender
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Nobel Media

“In this game, you are a trainee soldier of the Immune System Defense Forces, defending a human against bacterial infection. You have two missions to complete.

The Incredible Adventures of the Amazing Food Detective
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Digital Dream Forge, LLC

The Incredible Adventures of the Amazing Food Detective is a game that teaches players the importance of healthy eating and getting ample amounts of exercise.

The InSight Game
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RoBards Counseling and Consulting
InSight determines players’ personality types based on their reported attitudes and preferences. In this free, online game, players first answer a series of questions that focus on intuition, thoughts, feelings, and judgment of objects and then are...
The Journey to Wild Divine
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Wild Divine
In The Journey to Wild Divine, players embark on an adventure through a beautiful realm that responds to heart rate variability, breathing, and skin conductance. While wearing a sensor, players navigate through the game as they learn meditation and b...
The Kidz Page
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divaDzine

The Kidz Page is an educational web site for young children with dozens of fun games, activities, and puzzles designed to keep the mind sharp.

The Kore: Fitness Challenge, Move Mixer
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American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
The Kore is an free, online gaming area for children on the Kidnetic web site that focuses on encouraging daily physical activity and exercise. Fitness Challenge and Move Mixer are two games found within The Kore that can teach children dance moves a...
The Magi and the Sleeping Star
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Game Equals Life

"When a legendary ancient king returns to enslave the world, a young boy named Oz must awaken the hero within.

The POD Game
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Center for the Advancement of Distance Education (CADE)
As emergency responders, players treat hundreds of victims of a bioterrorist attack. The game is set in a drug dispensing center that has been set up in the middle of a terrified city polluted with anthrax. Players use their time management and strat...
The Problem Site
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Douglas Twitchell
The Problem Site is a web site that offers free educational games, puzzles, and problem-solving activities that focus primarily on mathematics and cognition. This site originally started as a place for mathematicians to post math problems they could...
The Quest to Lava Mountain
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Controlled Chaos Media

"Nonprofit medicine research and education company The Cooper Institute is fighting childhood obesity with The Quest to Lava Mountain, an educational game targeted at grade school children.

The SilverFit
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SilverFit

"The SilverFit is a system for virtual rehabilitation. It has been developed for people who have to exercise regularly as part of a rehabilitation program.

The Split Brain Experiments
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Nobel Media

"In this game you perform the classic split brain experiment used by Nobel Laureate Roger Sperry when he discovered differences between the right and left hemispheres of the brain."

Therapy Tiles
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Entertainment Robotics

Therapy exergame is being used as physical therapy for patients recovering from surgeries.

Thinks.com
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Thinks.com is a web site that includes free educational games, puzzles, quizzes and even brain teasers.

To Tell the Tooth
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American Dental Association (ADA)
Developed by the American Dental Association, players are presented with a series of quiz questions about dental health. Players must pick the correct answer to make the game host smile. This game includes information about ways to maintain a healthy...
Top Doc
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Legacy Interactive

This game allows the player to “experience and react to realistic patient encounters that require quick clinical responses, just like a real medical clinic.” The player will look at photographs of

Toy Pals Fun with Numbers
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ImaginEngine

Toy Pals Fun with Numbers is an exergame for the PlayStation 2 designed to engage young children in simultaneous learning and physical activity.

Tranquility
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This relaxation game that employs calming music and vibrantly-colored geometric shapes that move in synchrony. Using a computer mouse, players gently move the cursor in a way that flows gracefully with the other shapes and sounds. While immersed in t...
Transcription Hero
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Spongelab Interactive

“Transcription Hero is an educational game where you get to play the role of RNA Polymerase!

TRAQ 3D
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TRAQ Ltd.

This game combines entertainment, physical activity, and virtual environments.

Trauma Center: New Blood
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Atlus
In this simulation game for the Nintendo Wii, players are surgeons who must successfully perform operations on patients before their vitals fall to zero. The game includes a variety of medical cases and conditions that players must treat to advance....
Trauma Center: Second Opinion
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Atlus
In Trauma Center: Second Opinion for the Nintendo Wii, players assume the role of a surgeon who must perform operations on patients before their vitals reach zero. Players of this game will be presented with a multitude of various medical cases and c...
Trauma Center: Under the Knife
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Atlus
Trauma Center: Under the Knife is a simulation game for the Nintendo DS that allows players to experience what itis like to be a doctor trying to save lives while being surrounded by medical drama. Players of this game will be introduced to a variety...
Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2
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Atlus
In this sequel to Trauma Center: Under the Knife, players assume the role of a surgeon who must perform an operation in each chapter in order to advance in the game. Players are presented with a variety of medical cases that require different surgica...
Triage Trainer
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TruSim
Triage Trainer is a simulation game developed to train first responders on catastrophe protocols and prioritization of casualties. In the game, players are emergency responders thrown into action just after a catastrophe. It is the players’ job to...
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Blockdot, Inc.
This online educational game is designed to teach and warn players about the risk of triggers can lead to poor eating choices when dieting. The game addresses many problems individuals may come across when trying to lose weight and offers tips and st...
Tuberculosis - Experiments & Discoveries
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Nobel Media

"Robert Koch proved definitively that the dreaded disease tuberculosis is caused by specific bacteria. How did he do it?

Uncovering the Mysteries of Bone Marrow: Aspiration and Biopsy
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Starlight Children's Foundation

Uncovering the Mysteries of Bone Marrow is a free, online interactive game about bone marrow and common treatments for leukemia such as biopsies, transplants, and aspirations.

Unreal Tournament
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Digital Extremes
Unreal Tournament is an interactive game published in 1999 in which players fight in arena matches against bots. Players can build a team and use bots as their teammates to help win matches. This game has been found to be a successful treatment for i...
Vertigo
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Icon Games
This strategy game for the Nintendo Wii and PC tests players’ concentration skills, precision control, and reflexes while they race through obstacles in treacherous environments. Players must roll their way through numerous challenges across severa...
Virku (Virtual Fitness Centre)
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VTT
The Virku (Virtual Fitness Centre) project developed a prototype game controlled by an exercise cycle that allows players to exercise in a virtual environment. Players peddle on the cycle while the game displays sounds, virtual scenery, and even feed...
Virtual Iraq
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Virtually Better

"Virtual Iraq is a set of virtual reality environments created to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF) combat service men and

Virtual Surgeon: Open Heart
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ISM Interactive
Virtual Surgeon: Open Heart is a simulation game for the PC that intends to immerse players in the fast-paced world of medicine as they take on the role of a surgeon. Players can experience the same types of tasks and procedures that real-life surgeo...
Vitamin B1
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Nobel Media

“The Chicken Farm educational game and related reading are based on the 1929 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Walk It Out
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Hudson Soft
For the Nintendo Wii, Walk It Out allows players to stroll along at their leisure. As their onscreen avatars, players can walk for miles to the music and rhythm being played in the background. As players’ steps become more in sync with the beat of...
Wally Bear and the NO! Gang
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American Game Cartridges, Inc.
Wally Bear and the NO! Gang is an educational game designed to teach and encourage children to say no to drugs and alcohol. The goal is for players to overcome obstacles and find Wally Bear’s friends for a party. At times, players come across chara...
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Texas Children's Hospital

Watch, Discover, Think, and Act is a computer game designed to educate children about how to properly manage their asthma.

We Cheer
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NAMCO BANDAI Games America
In the Nintendo Wii game We Cheer, players can dance, cheer, and put their bodies into motion while listening to over thirty smash hits by popular artists. Players can learn new dance moves and cheers that will help them dominate other virtual squads...
We Cheer 2
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NAMCO BANDAI Games America
This cheerleading game for the Nintendo Wii allows players to dance and cheer their way to a full body workout. Players can learn dance moves and cheer techniques and compete with their virtual cheer team. The game features both single and multiplaye...
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Wee Willie Wheezie is an interactive PC game designed to educate children about asthma and effective strategies for managing it.

WHAM!
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Baldwin Social Cognition Laboratory
This free, online game by McGill University is designed to put players in a more positive state of mind by giving them a self-esteem boost. Prior to the start of the game, players must enter their name and birthday for those bits of information will...
Whyville
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Numedeon, Inc.

"Whyville was launched in 1999 as a virtual city for engaging young people in constructive educational activities while promoting socially responsible behavior.

Wii  Fit
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Nintendo
The forty exercises and strength training games in Wii Fit are designed to help players get in shape and lose weight. Players can engage in yoga, complete a virtual obstacle course, snowboard down a hill, or engage in more traditional exercise routin...
Wii Sports
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Nintendo
Wii Sports is set of interactive games that allow players to engage in a variety of sports: bowling, tennis, boxing, baseball, and golf. Wii Sports is more entertainment than fitness game; the Wii remote serves as a tennis racquet, baseball bat, and...
Winds of Orbis: An Active Adventure
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The Entertainment Technology Center
In Winds of Orbis, players of all ages can occupy the shoes of a virtual hero while exploring a world filled with puzzles, spells, and enemies to overcome. Using a floor pad, Wii remote, and nunchuck, players can climb, walk, jump, punch, slide, and...
Wired With Wisdom
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Web Wise Kids

"Web Wise Kids understands how challenging it can be for adults to keep informed about online dangers and teen’s online activities.

WiseHealthKids
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WiseHealth
WiseHealthKids.com is a web site for kids that offers a set of educational and health games that encourage players to make smarter eating choices. Players can subscribe to this site to engage in puzzles, exercises, challenges, and activities that foc...
Word Bubbles
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Lumos Labs
Word Bubbles is a free, online game designed to improve players’ processing speed and ability to find words. The game presents players with three letters and one minute to come up with as many words as possible that start with those letters. There...
XaviX Music & Circuit
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SSD Company Limited

Xavix Music & Circuit is an exergame that allows players to get a workout while dancing and moving to the music.

XaviXBASEBALL
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SSD Company Limited

Using a wireless bat and ball, players can work on their swing, compete against friends, and lead their team to the top.

XaviXBOWLING
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SSD Company Limited

Using a wireless bowling ball, players can participate in bowling tournaments, compete with friends, or just bowl for fun.

XaviXGOLF
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SSD Company Limited

This game utilizes a wireless driver, putter, and sensory device that captures the timing and speed of each swing players take. Multiple levels, courses, and tournaments are included.

XaviXTENNIS
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SSD Company Limited

Using the wireless racket, players can swing, lob, and serve as if they were really on the court.

Yourself!Fitness
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responDESIGN
Yourself!Fitness is an exergame for the PC, Playstation2, and Xbox that uses a virtual personal trainer to encourage players to achieve their fitness and weight loss goals. The game is personalized; it takes into account the players’ health and oth...
Zamzee
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Zamzee, Co.

Zamzee is an online rewards program for young teens powered by their physical activity.

Zippity
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LeapFrog Enterprises

Leapfrog’s Zippity is an interactive system that combines physical activity and education.Young players can dance, jump, move, and learn with their favorite Disney characters.

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3-D computer visualisation and animation in clinical care
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Flack, S. R. & McGhee, J. B. (2007). 3-D computer visualisation and animation in clinical care. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2007 Educators Program (San Diego, California, August 05 - 09, 2007). SIGGRAPH '07. New York, NY: ACM.

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Hsu, J.K., Thibodeau, R., Wong, S.J., Zukiwsky, D., Cecile, S., & Walton, D.M. (2011).  A "Wii" bit of fun: The effects of adding Nintendo Wii Bowling to a standard exercise regimen for residents of long-term care with upper extremity dysfun...
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Ke, F. (2008). A case study of computer gaming for math: Engaged learning from gameplay? Computers & Education, 151, 1609-1620.

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Russell, W. D. (2009). A comparison of exergaming to traditional video games on children's mood, attention, and short-term memory. Missouri Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 19, 77-88. 

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Hussain, H., Enbi, Z. C., & Hashim, S. (2003). A conceptualized framework for edutainment. Informing Science.

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Chan, P. A., & Rabinowitz, T. (2006). A cross-sectional analysis of video games and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in adolescents. Annals of General Psychiatry, 5, 16.

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Charlton, J. P. (2002). A factor-analytic investigation of computer 'addiction' and engagement. British Journal of Psychology, 93(3), 329-344.

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Joo, L.Y., Yin, T.S., Xu, D., Thia, E., Kuah, C.W.K.,& Kong He, K. (2010).  A feasibility study using interactive commercial off-the-shelf computer gaming in upper limb rehabilitation in patients after stroke. Journal of Rehabilitation Medic...
A fitness game reflecting heart rate
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Masuko, S. & Hoshino, J. (2006). A fitness game reflecting heart rate. In Proceedings of the 2006 ACM SIGCHI international Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (Hollywood, California, June 14 - 16, 2006). New York, NY: ACM....
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Jannink, M. J., van der Wilden, G. J., Navis, D. W., Visser, G., Gussinklo, J., & Ijzerman, M. (2008). A low-cost video game applied for training of upper extremity function in children with cerebral palsy: A pilot study. Cyberpsychology and Beha...
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Maloney, A. E., Bethea, T. C., Kelsey, K. S., Marks, J. T., Paez, S., Rosenberg, A. M., et al. (2008). A pilot of a video game (DDR) to promote physical activity and decrease sedentary screen time. Obesity, 16(9), 2074-2080.

A prototype sourceless kinematic-feedback based video game for movement based exercise
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Foody, J., Kelly, D., Kumar, D., Fitzgerald, D., Ward, T., Caulfield, B., & Markham, C. (2006) A prototype sourceless kinematic-feedback based video game for movement based exercise. In 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE (New York,...
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Housman, S. J., Scott, K. M., & Reinkensmeyer, D. J. (2009). A randomized controlled trial of gravity-supported, computer-enhanced arm exercise for individuals with severe hemiparesis. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 23(5), 505-514....
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McLay, R., Wood, D., Webb-Murphy, J., Spirra, J., Wiederhold, M., Pyne, J., & Wiederhold, B. (2011). A randomized, controlled trial of virtual reality-graded exposure therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder in active duty service members...
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Norman, G. J., Zabinski, M. F., Adams, M. A., Rosenberg, D. E., Yaroch, A. L., & Atienza, A. A. (2007). A review of eHealth interventions for physical activity and dietary behavior change. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33(4), 336-345....
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Willoughby, T. (2008). A short-term longitudinal study of internet and computer game use by adolescent boys and girls: Prevalence, frequency of use, and psychosocial. Developmental Psychology, 44(1), 195-204.

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Anand, V. (2007). A study of time management: The correlation between video game usage and academic performance markers. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 10(4), 552-559.

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Kroeze, W., Werkman, A., & Brug, J. (2006). A systematic review of randomized trials on the effectiveness of computer-tailored education on physical activity and dietary behaviors. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31(3), 205-223.

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Kato, P. M., Cole, S. W., Bradlyn, A. S., & Pollock, B. H. (2008). A video game improves behavioral outcomes in adolescents and young adults with cancer: A randomized trial. Pediatrics, 122(2), E305-E317.

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Green, C. S., & Bavelier, D. (2003). Action video game modifies visual selective attention. Nature, 423(6939), 534-537.

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Greenfield, P. M., deWinstanley, P., Kilpatrick, H., & Kaye, D. (1994). Action video games and informal education: Effects on strategies for dividing visual attention. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 15(1), 105-123.

Action video games and informal education: Effects on strategies for dividing visual attention
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Green, C. S., & Bavelier, D. (2007). Action-video-game experience alters the spatial resolution of vision. Psychological Science, 18(1), 88-94.

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Haddock, B. L., Brandt, A. M., Siegel, S. R., Wilkin, L. D., & Joung-Kyue, H. (2008). Active video games and energy expenditure among the overweight children. International Journal of Fitness, 4(2), 17-23.

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Biddiss, E., & Irwin, J. (2010). Active video games to promote physical activity in children and youth a systematic review. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 164(7), 664-672.

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Siegel, S. R., Haddock, B. L., Dubois, A. M., & Wilkin, L. D. (2009). Active video/arcade games (exergaming) and energy expenditure in college students. International Journal of Exercise Science, 2(3), 165-174. 

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Lanningham-Foster, L., Foster, R. C., McCrady, S. K., Jensen, T. B., Mitre, N., & Levine, J. A. (2009). Activity-promoting video games and increased energy expenditure. The Journal of Pediatrics, 154(6), 819-823. 

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Bonis, J. (2007). Acute wiiitis. The New England Journal of Medicine, 356(23), 2431-2432.

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Ng, B. D., & Wiemer-Hastings, P. (2005). Addiction to the internet and online gaming. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 8(2), 110-113.

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May, C. A. (1994). Addiction to video and computer games: A case-study. Nervenheilkunde, 13(6), 314-317.

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Lawrence, V., Houghton, S., Tannock, R., Douglas, G., Durkin, K., & Whiting, K. (2002). ADHD outside the laboratory: Boys' executive function performance on tasks in videogame play and on a visit to the zoo. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology,...
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Fawkner, S. G., Niven, A., Thin, A. G., MacDonald, M. J., & Oakes, J. R. (2010). Adolescent girls' energy expenditure during dance simulation active computer gaming. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28(1), 61-65.

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Beullens, K., Roe, K., & Van den Bulck, J. (2008). Adolescent health brief: Video games and adolescents' intentions to take risks in traffic. Journal of Adolescent Health, 43(1), 87-90.

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Paperny, D. M., & Starn, J. R. (1989). Adolescent pregnancy prevention by health education computer games: Computer-assisted instruction of knowledge and attitudes. Pediatrics, 83(5), 742-752.

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Shrimpton, B., & Hurworth, R. (2005). Adventures in evaluation: Reviewing a cd-rom based adventure game designed for young people recovering from psychosis. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 14(3), 273-290.

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Tan, B., Aziz, A. R., Chua, K., & Teh, K. C. (2002). Aerobic demands of the dance simulation game. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 23(2), 125-129.

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Parsons, T. D., & Rizzo, A. A. (2008). Affective outcomes of virtual reality exposure therapy for anxiety and specific phobias: A meta-analysis. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 39(3), 250-261.

Age invaders: Social and physical inter-generational family entertainment
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Khoo, E. T., Lee, S. P., Cheok, A. D., Kodagoda, S., Zhou, Y., & Toh, G. S. (2006). Age invaders: Social and physical inter-generational family entertainment. In CHI '06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Montréal, Québec...
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Calvert, S., Rideout, V., Woolard, J., Barr, R., & Strouse, G. (2005). Age, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Patterns in Early Computer Use. American Behavioral Scientist, 48(5), Georgetown University. 

Aiding speech-impaired people using Nintendo DS game console
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Shirali-Shahreza, M. (2008). Aiding speech-impaired people using Nintendo DS game console. In Proceedings of the 1st international Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related To Assistive Environments (Athens, Greece, July 16 - 18, 2008). F. Makedon...
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Heeter, C., Egidio, R., Mishra, P., Winn, B., & Winn, J. (2009). Alien games: Do girls prefer games designed by girls? Games and Culture, 4(1), 74-100.

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Griffiths, M. D. (1991). Amusement machine playing in childhood and adolescence: A comparative analysis of video games and fruit machines. Journal of Adolescence, 14(1), 53-73.

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Beale, I. L. (2002). An evaluation model for psychoeducational interventions using interactive multimedia. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 5(6), 565-580.

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Homer, C., Susskind, O., Alpert, H. R., Owusu, C., Schneider, L., Rappaport, L. A., & Rubin, D. H. (2000). An evaluation of an innovative multimedia educational software program for asthma management: Report of a randomized, controlled trial. Ped...
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Vilozni, D., Barker, M., Jellouschek, H., Heimann, G., & Blau, H. (2001). An interactive computer-animated system (spirogame) facilitates spirometry in preschool children. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 164(12), 2200-...
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Horn, E., Jones, H. A., & Hamlett, C. (1991). An investigation of the feasibility of a video game system for developing scanning and selection skills. Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 16(2), 108-115.

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Anderson, C. A. (2004). An update on the effects of playing violent video games. Journal of Adolescence, 27(1), 113-122.

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Robillard, G., Bouchard, S., Fournier, T., & Renaud, P. (2003). Anxiety and presence during VR immersion: A comparative study of the reactions of phobic and non-phobic participants in therapeutic virtual environments derived from computer games....
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Kreuter, M. W., Oswald, D. L., Bull, F. C., & Clark, E. M. (2000). Are tailored health education materials always more effective than non-tailored materials? Health Education Research, 15(3), 305-315.

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Espay, A.J., Baram, Y., Dwivedei, A.K., Shukla, R., Gartner, M., Gaines, L., Duker, A.P., Revilla, F.J. (2010). At-home training with closed-loop augmentated-reality cueing device for improving gait in patients with Parkinson disease. Journal of Reha...
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Bioulac, S., Arfi, L., & Bouvard, M. P. (2008). Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and video games: A comparative study of hyperactive and control children. European Psychiatry, 23(2), 134-141.

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Hopkins, I. M., Gower, M. W., Perez, T. A., Smith, D. S., Amthor, F. R., Casey Wimsatt, F., & Biasini, F. J. (2011). Avatar assistant: Improving social skills in students with an ASD through a computer-based intervention. Journal of Autism and De...
Back to the holodeck: New life for virtual reality?
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Hutchison, A. (2007). Back to the Holodeck: New life for virtual reality?. In Proceedings of the 2nd international Conference on Digital interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts (Perth, Australia, September 19 - 21, 2007). DIMEA '07, vol. 274. New...
Best practices for using games & simulations in the classroom: Guidelines for K-12 educators
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Software & Information Industry Association. (2009). Best practices for using games & simulations in the classroom: Guidelines for K-12 educators. Washington, DC: Wilson, L.

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Smyth, J. M. (2007). Beyond self-selection in video game play: An experimental examination of the consequences of massively multiplayer online role-playing game play. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 10(5), 717-721.

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Kappes, B. M., & Thompson, D. L. (1985). Biofeedback vs. video games: Effects on impulsivity, locus of control and self-concept with incarcerated juveniles. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41(5), 698-706.

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Zigelbaum, J. (2006). Bodybeats: Whole-body, musical interfaces for children. Journal of Adolescence, 1595-1600.

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Blumberg, F. C., & Sokol, L. M. (2004). Boys' and girls' use of cognitive strategy when learning to play video games. The Journal of General Psychology, 131(2), 151-158.

Building a table tennis game for three players
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Mueller, F., & Gibbs, M. R. (2007). Building a table tennis game for three players. In Proceedings of the international Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (Salzburg, Austria, June 13 - 15, 2007). ACE '07, vol. 203. New Yo...
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Daley, A. J. (2009). Can exergaming contribute to improving physical activity levels and health outcomes in children? Pediatrics, 124(2), 763-771.

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