Go Viral

Serious game

A 5-minute game that helps protect you against COVID-19 misinformation

go viral

About the game

GO VIRAL! is a 5-minute game that helps protect you against COVID-19 misinformation. You’ll learn about some of the most common strategies used to spread false and misleading information about the virus. Understanding these tricks allows you to resist them the next time you come across them online.

The effect

Scientists who worked with us on the development of GO VIRAL! found that playing the game significantly improves people’s ability to spot misinformation about COVID-19. Their study was published in the journal Big Data & Society. Read the article here.

Translations

GO VIRAL is currently available in 13 different languages. Are you interested in creating a translation? Send an email to translations@tiltstudio.co and we’ll get back to you!

Play GO VIRAL!

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Credits

The development of this game was supported by the World Health Organization and is the product of a collaboration between the Social Decision-Making Lab at the University of Cambridge, DROG, Bad News, Gusmanson, and the UK Cabinet Office

Work with us

  • Science based

  • Unique perspective

  • Positive impact

  • science based

    All of our solutions are based on the latest science and verified to be effective. We actively contribute to research and work alongside universities, NGO’s and governments in order to maximise impact.

  • unique perspective

    We explore a new perspective in each project we undertake. We work closely with our clients to create tailor-made products and services, easily outperforming any one-size-fits-all solution.

  • positive impact

    Whether you want the latest intel, need help to reach your target audience or are saying to yourself “there must be a better way”, we’re here to help. Together we can make a positive impact on the world. Get in touch.

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