Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Race Against Global Poverty: The Game

Following on from the last post a commenter left this link to another DFID initiative, a flash game called "Race Against Global Poverty".

I wonder (a) how much it costs, and (b) how many people have actually played it?

3 comments:

trevorsden said...

It costs more than we can afford and results in winnings less then we were promised - unless you are an African leader with a Swiss bank account.

Anonymous said...

another total waste of time and money from a little while ago:

http://www.hse.gov.uk/betterbacks/

who comes up with this shit?

The Raven said...

There's a question of "Which country has the most corruption in the world?"

The answer they want is Somalia, though how you judge corruption is anyone's guess. But no mention of dodgy loans, bribes to win by-eletions or Parliamentary votes... ;)