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Honoloko goes multilingual

The PC game Honoloko, developed jointly by the European Environment Agency and the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, is launched in 26 languages on 25 August. This means that the Honoloko game is now available in all the official EU languages plus Bulgarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Romanian, Russian and Turkish.
Temptation island: Honoloko players need to make the right decisions to get the maximum score
Temptation island: Honoloko players need to make the right decisions to get the maximum score.
The PC game Honoloko, developed jointly by the European Environment Agency and the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, is launched in 26 languages on 25 August. This means that the Honoloko game is now available in all the official EU languages plus Bulgarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Romanian, Russian and Turkish.

The game is also offered to other environmental bodies and organisations who would like to integrate it as a part of their website, says EEA Executive Director Professor Jacqueline McGlade, adding that in the long-term, Honoloko might inspire private games developers to integrate environmental issues into their commercial pc-games.

Earlier this year the EEA launched a multilingual Kids' Zone with environmental information on its website.

Press release: Free pc game on environment in 26 languages

Visit Honoloko at http://www.honoloko.com and Kids' Zone of the EEA website at: http://ecoagents.eea.eu.int/.

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