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The winners of USC’s Reinventing Public Diplomacy Through Games Competition have been announced. Micki Krimmel has a good round-up. Second place went to Hydro Hijinks:

A class project designed to promote discussion about international water issues and to educate players from around the world about sources of international conflict over water rights.

Relevant serious games we have written about include: Darfur is Dying, CyberBudget, A Force More Powerful, EU Water Game, Food Force, and a Hungarian budget game.

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