Young CoderDojo Enthusiasts Design Tech Games to Raise Awareness of Marine Issues

The Sea Change game design challenge was launched on 27 February 2016 and invited CoderDojo members aged 7-18 years from Galway (Ireland) to develop tech games to raise awareness of ocean issues. 

Winning entries:

Game: "Wildlife Awareness"

By: Ciara Heanue

Junior Winner

Game: "Save my Sea!"

By:Sean Connolly, Ruan O'Dowd and Diarmuid O'Donoghue

Junior Merit Award

Game: "SOS - Save Our Seas"

By: Paul Schuler, Michael Salmon and Liam Ferrie

Junior Merit Award

Game: "Animal Saver"

By: Sean Kerr

Junior Merit Award

Game: "Gully's Cleanup"

By: Conor Salmon and Liam Forde

Joint Sr Winner

Game: "Flappy Fish"

By: Adam Gallagher, Evan Thornton and Daniel Bradley Coyne

Joint Sr Winner

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Sea Change is an EU H2020 funded project that aims to establish a fundamental “Sea Change” in the way European citizens view their relationship with the sea, by empowering them, as Ocean Literate citizens, to take direct and sustainable action towards a healthy ocean, healthy communities and ultimately a healthy planet.

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