Climate change is one of the most critical and complex challenges of our time. No one, whether it's an individual, species, geographical region, or biological habitat, will be able to escape its detrimental impact, now and in the future. Through our fun, intriguing, and informative games, we hope that kids, youth, and the younger generations will better understand the pressing environmental dangers humanity faces, and how us individuals are responsible and capable of making change.
Designed by the Green4Tomorrow Team, The Turtle Quest is a board game that intends to stress the significance of human impact on the environment. Through the process of moving forward and backward after drawing game cards with different incidents or human actions, players will learn that even our smallest actions may provoke tremendous threat to the environment and to the species inhabited.
The game includes a game board, 4 turtle-shaped player tokens, and a set of game cards, suitable for playing in 2-4 groups. There are Chinese, English and whiteboard versions available for gaming and learning experience in classroom or group activities.
It is recommended to use a paperless electronic whiteboard for team activities in the classroom, or use recycled papers (A4/ B4/ A3) for print-out. The game is suitable for students, family members and anyone aged 6+ to experience.
Each player must select one turtle token to represent themselves in the game. Place your turtle on one of the “start” tiles. Pick a card from the shuffled deck in each round. If a card with "positive impact on the environment" is drawn, advance towards the safe island on the game board; if a card with "negative environmental impact" is drawn, move further away.
What is the fastest path to bring turtles to a safe ocean home?
Let's play together and find out!
The Turtle Quest
小海龜歷險記是由 Green4Tomorrow 團隊設計的桌遊遊戲，整套設計包括棋盤板、海龜造型的玩家身分識別、以及一組牌卡，適合分 2-4 組進行遊戲；遊戲備有中文版，英文版和電子白板的版本提供遊戲和學習體驗。
透過抽取牌卡後前進後退的遊戲過程，可以學習和了解到我們的行為與環境的關聯，建議可以用無紙化的電子白板在教室進行團隊活動，或是使用再生紙 (A4/ B4/ A3 紙張的背面) 印出，遊戲適合六歲以上的學生，家庭成員和社會人士體驗。
每位玩家先選擇一個海龜標誌來代表自己在遊戲中的識別，將你的海龜標誌放在 “開始” 方格上。依序輪流從洗好的牌堆中挑選一張牌，抽到 “對環境有正面影響” 的卡片，可向遊戲板中的安全區域前進；如果抽到帶有 “負面環境影響” 的卡片，將倒退遠離安全區域。
Designed by the Green4Tomorrow team, BIOgopoly is a card game that educates players the influence of human behavior and/or business activities on the environment.
There are Chinese and English versions to provide gaming and learning experience. It is suggested to use recycled paper (the back of A4/ B4/ A3 paper) to print out. The game is suitable for students, family members and anyone aged 6+ to play in groups of 2-4.
Take a small stack of cards and divide it evenly among the players, making sure there are plenty of cards left and stacking them in the central. Each player takes turns drawing a card from the stack. There are three types of cards, and once the deck runs out, the player with the most Positive Environmental Impact Cards (PEI) wins the game.
Positive Environmental Impact Card (PEI)
Negative Environmental Impact Card (NEI): PEI can be offset
Trading Card (TRADE): Can be exchanged with another player at the end of the game
生態搶救戰是由 Green4Tomorrow 團隊設計的卡牌遊戲，由可愛動物主題畫布組成的數十張卡牌適合分 2-4 組進行遊戲，有中文版和英文版提供遊戲和學習體驗。
透過抽取卡牌的遊戲過程，可以了解到人類行為或商業活動對環境的正面和負面影響，建議可以使用再生紙 (A4/ B4/ A3 紙張的背面) 印出，遊戲適合六歲以上的學生、家庭成員和社會人士體驗。
拿起一小疊卡片，在玩家之間平均分配，確保剩餘大量卡片並將它們堆疊起來。 每個玩家輪流從堆疊中抓取一張牌。卡片分為三種，一旦牌堆卡片用完，持有最多正面環境影響卡 (PEI) 的玩家將贏得遊戲。
- 正面環境影響卡 (PEI)
負面環境影響卡（NEI）: 可以抵銷 PEI
交易卡 (TRADE): 遊戲結束可和另一個玩家作為交換
behind the game
Approximately 52% of all sea turtles have eaten plastic.
Ingesting just one piece of plastic may cost a sea turtle’s life.
91% of turtles entangled in discarded fishing gear die.
Every 60 seconds, one truckload of trash is dumped into the ocean.
According to current trends, plastic will weigh more than fish in the world’s oceans by 2050.
Besides plastic pollution, sea turtles are also affected by light pollution. Artificial light causes less adult turtles nesting and less hatchlings to find their way into the ocean.
大約 52% 的海龜吃過塑膠物質
被丟棄漁具纏住的海龜 91% 會死去
每 60 秒就有一卡車垃圾傾倒到海洋中
根據目前的趨勢，到 2050 年塑料在全球海洋中的重量將超過魚類
1. World Wide Fund for Nature - Australia. Plastic pollution is killing sea turtles: Here's how. https://www.wwf.org.au/news/blogs/plastic-pollution-is-killing-sea-turtles-heres-how.
2. Brei M, Pérez-Barahona A, Strobl E. Environmental pollution and biodiversity: Light pollution and sea turtles in the Caribbean. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 2016;77: 95–116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeem.2016.02.003.