Interactive Nights Out 1

Social Responsibility, Drug Abuse and Binge Drinking – Ages 16-23


Interactive Nights Out 1

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HOW IT WORKS


System Requirements:
  • Windows or Mac Operating System
  • DSL or better internet connectivity
  • Flash Player 10+
  • Headphone or Speakers
  • Recommended Browsers: Firefox 2+, Safari 3+, Internet Explorer 7+
  • Intel Pentium 4 1.5GHz, AMD Athlon™ 64 2800+ processor (or equivalent)
  • 256MB of RAM
Learning Points:
  • Sexual Responsibility
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Binge Drinking
  • Drug Abuse Prevention
  • Pregnancy
  • Relationships
  • Peer Pressure

College counselors and parents witness the widespread and life-changing effects that drugs, binge drinking, and sexual promiscuity can have on our young adults. Their futures are so bright, but all too often, a few 'wrong' turns at pivotal decision making points can have long-term, irreversible effects...

Interactive Nights Out 1™ (INO1™) helps 16-23 year-olds make informed choices about HIV/AIDS, STDs, pregnancy, relationships, alcohol and other drugs. As players, each of your students will become the lead character in both male and female-centered movies, make choices for the characters, and witness the consequences of their decisions.

The INO1™ (male) game opens with a quick game of basketball, an unexpected elbow to the face, and having to spit out a mouth full of blood. As the night progresses, your students will each be presented with choices to make regarding Lauren, as the player's girlfriend who wants to "talk," Jeannie, a joint-smoking groupie of your student's band, and Kevin, who may or may not reveal his attraction.

The INO1™ (female) game leads your students through a different set of challenges. Each student will start out at a party looking for Tommy, the boy they've been staring at for half a semester. If each of your students can avoid the over-consumption of beer, projectile vomit, the whims of a friend, Darci, and a host of other distractions, your students might actually 'survive' the night and find the man of their dreams.

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