CyberDodo and access to Education (2-38)
It is estimated that at the beginning of the 21st century, almost a billion people do not know how to read and write. Note that this figure of 1 billion = one thousand million people, of which more than 100 million consists of children of school-going age!
Your mission in this game is simple and perhaps one of the most important missions in existence: to offer access to education to as many children as possible.
As stated in articles 28 and 29 of the International Convention of the Rights of the Child, education is the point of entry into a world which increasingly respects those who have more chances and more possibilities in all aspects of life.
Your friend CyberDodo and his prestigious partners have developed and continue to develop numerous tools to concretely contribute to this objective, notably this case file, this cartoon and this quiz.
Don't forget to read the instructions properly and go ahead and play!
Take note, your score will not be registered if your computer is disconnected from the Internet – even if it is for a few seconds - or your service provider changes your IP address during the session.
How can you carry out your mission?
This game consists of 3 levels with 3 different missions. In order to accomplish these missions, you have to answer the questions (Mathematics is a universal language! But you only have 10 seconds to answer each question), take note also of the dangers you will have to face, such as unfriendly people (Look for the protection you have against them...), coconuts, sea creatures, etc.
You only have one life but you can regenerate it by collecting apples and other vital signs...
First level: Collect as many books as possible
Second level: Offer the books to as many children as you can by pressing the ‘x’ key. After pressing the ‘x’ key, the children will change into diploma holders and this will increase your score.
Third level: Send the children to school, how can you proceed? You should set up groups of 5 children at a time, then take each group to school.
Good luck, it’s really important for you to do your best...
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