Another Chance is an award-winning educational game designed to educate students, parents, and teachers about teen dating violence.
In Another Chance you are Emily who wakes confused: Where is her boyfriend? What are those strange lights and eerie sounds? The only way to get to the bottom of this mystery she must explore her world, talking with villagers along the way. Join Emily on her journey and learn about the difference between healthy and unhealthy attitudes and behaviors in dating relationships.
Another Chance, the winning game of the 2015 Life.Love. Game Design Challenge was developed by Jean HEHN of Another Kind, the developer behind the award-winning games "Finding Jane" and "Love in the Dumpster" which also focus on educating young people about abusive dating relationships.
Another Chance, like all games produced by Jennifer Ann's Group is completely free. There are no in-game purchases and no "limited" versions. At Jennifer Ann's Group our goal is to stop teen dating violence through awareness, education, and advocacy. These free video games are a significant resource which we provide to help students, parents, and teachers learn more about the complicated and nuanced issue of abuse.
Jennifer Ann's Group is a nonprofit charity with its headquarters in Atlanta. Jennifer Ann's Group has been producing video games since 2008 and have produced 20+ video games focused on teen dating violence. In addition to producing video games they also speak at conferences about the effectiveness of using video games to prevent violence. The organization was formed in 2006 in memory of Jennifer Ann Crecente, a high school senior who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. Jennifer Ann's Group was founded, and is run by, her father.
For more video games focusing on issues which affect adolescents visit https://JAGga.me and for other free resources on teen dating violence visit http://JenniferAnn.org