Tanah: The Tsunami and Earthquake Fighter – Game App

‘Tanah: The Tsunami and Earthquake Fighter’ is a disaster preparedness educational mobile app designed for kids and families, to teach them how to protect themselves from tsunamis and earthquakes in fun and interactive game! ‘Tanah’ is a collaboration effort between the GDPC, UNESCO, and USAID with support from PMI and AHA Center. Developed by Thai-based software company Opendream.

Find more about this mobile app game or the topic Immersive technologies & digital games on the links below.

Tanah: The Tsunami and Earthquake Fighter, Immersive technologies & Digital games
https://preparecenter.org/activities/mobile-game-application, https://preparecenter.org/topics/immersive-technologies-digital-games#overlay-context=

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