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What is games.ngo?

NONPROFIT GAMES

compelling + honestly free games

This is a Mastodon instance to provide an area for everything related to the type of games in the games.ngo directory. Designers, developers, educators, evangelists, funders, gamers, journalists, players, producers, reporters, researchers, students . . . all are welcome here.

Games can entertain - and inform, educate, persuade, and more.

The games directory at games.ngo is intended to cover a very wide variety of subjects. We are interested in finding new ways that games are being used and being useful. Although the games in the directory aren’t always necessarily entertaining – they are all compelling.

All of the games have been created by nonprofits or for not-for-profit purposes.

These games are all free and we want to support the ecosystem of those who create, research, and use these games.

You can read more about the goals of games.ngo here.

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