Joshua Scott-Slade Posted about 3 years ago Brenda Romero: Gaming for understanding Its true, games have a huge potential for education and understanding. Ive made a few educational games myself, played by millions of people and used by teachers in schools for sex ed. I also make games just with my team, inspired by the potential of the medium. We are currently working on an Open Universe adventure game where you can travel around planets and interact with life forms on multiple levels, not just aggressively. We give people tools to play around with, teach them how to use them and let them be creative with it. Abstract thought and problem solving are very positive ways to spend time. Its partially about where we are, I think its important people think of us in terms of the universe, to think about space and our future.