The annual G4C Awards celebrate the year’s best social impact and learning games. Categories include Best Gameplay, Most Innovative, Most Significant Impact, Best Learning Game, and Game of the Year.

Best Gameplay

Minecraft: Education Edition

The world’s most popular sandbox game transformed for use in the classroom.

Sea Hero Quest

The first mobile game where anyone can help scientists fight dementia.

Tracking Ida

An activist ARG about investigating history and documenting the present.

Most Innovative

Epistory - Typing Chronicles

Be the muse and awaken the story in this typing adventure.

Everything

Wherever you are, whoever you are and whatever you are, you’re in the middle.

PRY

Pry open a troubled mind and hold its thoughts in your hands

Most Significant Impact

Liyla and the Shadows of War

Based on actual events, this game tells the story of a little girl living in Gaza during the war of 2014.

Walden, A Game

Play as philosopher and naturalist Henry David Thoreau in his experiment in self-reliant living at Walden Pond.

Minecraft: Education Edition

The world’s most popular sandbox game transformed for use in the classroom.

Best Learning Game

1979 Revolution: Black Friday

A story driven adventure about choices and consequences and the world of revolution.

DragonBox BIG Numbers

Dive into the world of the Nooms & learn big numbers, and long addition & subtraction.

At Play in the Cosmos

Take the pilot's seat and explore the universe in this journey through the cosmos.