5 teen girls are changing the game

Last updated: October 19, 2019

Google Play's Change the Game Design challenge inspired young women to dream up the future of gaming and five teen girls rose to the top. Their winning designs were produced, developed, and launched in partnership with Play and Girls Make Games. Check out their games below.
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Brightlove is a coming-of-age narrative that encourages players to be kind and to take action, rather than being mere bystanders. A refreshing contrast to the violence that often permeate mobile games, Brightlove encourages positive actions and rewards kindness.
Good Dogs Bring Joy is a casual game that flips the virtual pet game idea on its head. The user plays as a dog named Alex who wants to help their owner. To succeed, Alex needs to be a good dog, help out around the house and protect their pack.


Lune is a blended game that takes inspiration from visual novels and RPG games. The game takes place in a distant future, where humanity has achieved deep space travel and created sentient AI. The player controls Turin and is prompted to make choices that will dictate her statistics, battle options, and ultimately decide her fate.


YuMe is a dream-like, fantasy game about self-discovery. The game follows the main character, Yume, as she travels through the universe to find her home planet. Users will help Yume by solving puzzles and matching clues.
Spectrum is a 2D fantasy platformer in a modified Earth setting where "sprites," small pixie-like creatures, are taking over the bodies of other creatures. The challenge is to navigate the different worlds to complete various quests and ultimately save your sprite-invaded friends.
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