ULAC presents computer game [UN]DEFEATED

Added on: 2020-09-23 Spausdinti Spausdinti

The Centre for Communicable Diseases and AIDS (ULAC) presents the computer game/animation [UN]defeated. This game is a heartfelt story that will help to improve the knowledge about the challenges and difficulties we or our family members may face when someone has tuberculosis.

[UN]defeated is a comic book-style interactive computer game where you make choices, so it's up to you what end of the story you will see. It’s not just a game, it’s a story about becoming an adult. About responsibility for yourself and for the other. About becoming a conscious person.


The game [UN]defeated is designed to develop the hygiene skills of the younger generation and increase health literacy in order to prevent development and spread of drug-resistant mycobacteria and to reduce the morbidity and mortality from tuberculosis in the Lithuanian population.

The game [UN]defeated is free. You can try out the computer version of the game here. Mobile apps are available on Google Play and the App Store.
[UN]defeated is created under the project "Public information, training of tuberculosis patients and their family members on tuberculosis prevention and control". The project is funded by the European Social Fund and the State budget.

Contact person:
Zigmantas Nagys
ULAC Education and Communication Division
Tel. (8-5) 230 0124, mobile: 868433174
Email: zigmas.nagys@ulac.lt

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