This is a disaster test run which enables players to experience 5 natural environmental dangers/risks (wildfires, earthquakes, floods, tidal waves and hurricanes), by understanding their risks and applying effective methods of prevention and lessening (something bad). Players realise, that simple measures effectively applied, do save lives. Your role is to plan and construct a safer environment, test/evaluate the disaster risk for the 5 environmental disaster dangers/risks, while trying to limit the damage when natural dangers/risks strike. You are angrily faced/stood up to with advice along the way; some will be good, and other will be bad.
The target audience includes students who benefit by being exposed to the risks created by natural disasters, so if/when they are angrily faced up to, they will be better enabled to survive during disasters.Although it is a single player game, it can be played (in a cooperative way) in groups which encourages working together and discussion.
Each disaster picture/situation takes 10-20 minutes, depending on the disaster you are trying to prevent, as well as your skill level. You may choose from: easy, medium or hard levels of difficulty. Play as often as you want. Highest scores are kept track of and recorded, which also encourages competing against everyone in the world.
Image files of the disasters can be downloaded to help understanding of factors (i.e. hurricane defences: reinforced…