Leaving

About Leaving

Leaving is an award winning video game about dating violence. Leaving can be the most dangerous time in an abusive relationship. If you are in an unhealthy or dangerous relationship be careful . . . and remember you can wait until you feel it is safe or until you have help.


Development: Testudo Games
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play
Link: Leaving

Photo Stuff with Ruff

About Photo Stuff with Ruff

Based on PBS KIDS’ new short-form animated digital series, The Ruff Ruffman Show, Photo Stuff with Ruff will inspire your child to discover what the “stuff” in his or her world is made of. In this camera-based experience, your child will learn about science by exploring his or her surroundings and taking pictures of different materials to complete silly scenes. Play it together and record and share your observations in fun, creative ways!


Development: PBS KIDS
Produced by: PBS KIDS
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play, iTunes
Link: Photo Stuff with Ruff

Love in the Dumpster

About Love in the Dumpster

Love in the Dumpster is an award winning game about teen dating violence. The game's story is revealed through seven chapters, as the player sees unhealthy relationship behavior affecting the two protagonists of the story. By dividing the game into chapters the player is able to witness dating abuse which targets both a male and female student - a helpful reminder that abuse can affect anybody regardless of their gender.


Development: Another Kind
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play, Web Browser (Flash)
Link: Love in the Dumpster

Grace’s Diary

About Grace's Diary

Grace is concerned about her friend Natalie, whose behavior has changed since she started dating her current boyfriend. Grace wants to call Natalie and talk about her concerns, but knows that Natalie won't listen to her unless she has sufficient information to support those concerns.

Investigate Grace's room to unearth memories and information in order to make that important call to Natalie. Only if you find sufficient information and make the proper choices will you have a successful conversation with your friend.

There are multiple endings to Grace's Diary . . . can you find all three?


Development: GPTouch
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play, Web Browser (Flash)
Link: Grace's Diary

Stuck in a Dark Place

Gender and Sexual Rights : 

Stuck in a Dark Place

 

About Stuck in a Dark Place

Stuck in a Dark Place explores the meaning of consent and the many ways we are affected when it is ignored.
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Please note that this game includes several scenarios of non-consensual sexual activity including assaults. You have the option to use the CONTENT WARNING setting in the game to bypass some of the more troubling content.
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This narrative-based game covers many different aspects of consent through eight chapters. The game includes a Lesson Mode for educational use to allow you to select any chapter for classroom discussion.


Development: Another Kind
Produced by: Jennifer Ann’s Group
ESRB Rating: Teen
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play, iTunes, Web Browser
Link: Stuck in a Dark Place

HONEYMOON

Children and Youth:

About HONEYMOON

HONEYMOON is a dating simulator designed to teach young people about healthy dating relationships. The player can select their gender as well as the gender of their crush. Available to play in English or Spanish.


Development: Sandra Lara Castillo, SNDR
Produced by: Jennifer Ann’s Group
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Platforms: Amazon Appstore, Google Play, Web Browser
Link: HONEYMOON