How to Blorrble-Blobble

About How to Blorrble-Blobble

"How to Blorrble Blobble" is an award winning serious game about consent. This clever upbeat game introduces the concept of consent through a series of dance lessons. How to Blorrble Blobble was designed and developed by Jared Sain of the U.S. and was produced by Jennifer Ann's Group, a nonprofit charity.

Development: Jared Sain
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: N/A
Platforms: Web Browser
Link: How to Blorrble Blobble



ADRIFT is a video game developed to teach students about the meaning and importance of consent. ADRIFT is free and can be played online in a web browser. Game play should take between 15 - 30 minutes.

ADRIFT is appropriate for all ages. Although the purpose of our Consent Game Series is to educate students about consent as it relates to sexual relationships, ADRIFT makes no reference to sex. Instead, the game uses metaphor to communicate what consent is and how it can apply in a manner which is easy to understand.

In ADRIFT the player controls an interstellar salvage crew-member exploring an abandoned spaceship. The crew-member interacts with the spaceship's AI to extract its memory core to safety. This is accomplished by the crew-member carefully following the AI's instructions - and being careful not to exceed those instructions.

Through this process the player learns the meaning of consent:

► Giving and asking permission which is informed, freely given, actively given, and revocable.

At the end of the game the player is presented with information indicating when they did - and when they didn't - properly receive consent in the game.

Currently there are no lesson plans or parent guides for ADRIFT but if there is sufficient interest we will add these to our list of requests. Please let us know - and please enjoy and share ADRIFT!

Development: Quinn Crossley and Andrew Connell
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: N/A
Platforms: iTunes, Web Browser
Link: ADRIFT: A game about consent

Crossing Boundaries

Crossing Boundaries, a globetrotting video game about consent.

About Crossing Boundaries

A globetrotting game explores the meaning of consent through a series of travel adventures. Three students have just graduated and are traveling around the world. As the player follows the students' adventures they also get to engage in the mini-game Snog-a-Frog. This award winning game about consent does include some sensitive subject matter and is appropriate for high school ages (15+).

Development: Testudo Games
Produced by: Jennifer Ann's Group
ESRB Rating: N/A
Platforms: Web Browser
Link: Crossing Boundaries

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.
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.
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