Aquation is a game just unveiled by the Smithsonian.

Here’s how they describe it:

Choice, strategy, balance, and . . . water equity? Parts of the planet are struggling to get enough water. Use each region’s wealth to build pipes, desalinate water, and conduct research to bring water where it’s needed most. Monsoons, dry spells, disease, and even cursed lawn sprinklers can help or hinder your progress. Manage your wealth and water carefully to solve the world’s water crisis!

It’s probably not accessible to Advanced ELLs and proficient-English speakers, but it’s a useful game, nevertheless.

I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Teaching & Learning About World Water Day.