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Saturday, October 6 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Pollinator Panic!

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Pollinator Panic! is an educational tool developed by undergraduate students in collaboration with the Center for Pollinator Research to communicate the complexity of bee community dynamics and promote awareness for bee conservation. The player acts as a field researcher who sets out to restore a damaged habitat using flora and bee species. By examining how these species interact to build a more stable community, the game illustrates research vital to the ecological health of pollinators.

This serious game project was developed to raise awareness about the importance of bee conservation and help teach concepts related to bee community dynamic to ENT 222 (Penn State University Park) and the general public.

Through gameplay- players encounter challenges relating to pollution, parasites, disease and bee nutrition, while attempting to restore a sample through the strategic addition of flora and fauna.

Saturday October 6, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Center Room

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