save the world by choosing the most environmentally concious decision.

Kai J., Celeste P.C., Emily R., Soleil S.L., Jordan W.

Your goal is to save the world from humans' environmentally damaging decisions along with Olimar. You will choose the better option, inferring how environmental degradation affects people and animals. Create your username and go along with Olimar to make better decisions for humans. Throughout the game, you're given tips and rules on how to better care for the environment.

The problem is that humans deteriorate our environment like we have an endless supply of renewable resources.

We address the problem through a game where the player reflects on decisions and mistakes made by humans every day.

A technical problem we faced was getting the continue button to work and transferring our own work to one main site. We overcame it by working off of each other's remixes, but we did have to get rid of the continue button in the end because it simply would not function properly.

"I love the game! It lets you know what you need to work on as an individual as well as letting people know that we, as humans, have a problem and need to work on it both together and individually."

Kai Joseph is 16, an uprising senior at Rockdale County High School. She aspires to be an architect.

Celeste Pirtle-Cooper is 17, an uprising senior at Riverwood International Charter School. She aspires to be a psychologist.

Emily Rees is 16, an uprising junior at Creekview High School. She aspires to be a computer scientist.

Soleil St. Louis is 16, an uprising senior at Dunwoody High School. She aspires to be a computer engineer.

Jordan Whitaker is 16, an uprising junior at Campbell High School. She aspires to be a computer scientist.

You can view the project here.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at First Data ATL.