Male birth control is a very serious solution to very serious problems, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun as well!
Male Contraceptive Initiative works with students and other volunteer game developers to create fun, educational games as an irreverent, unique way to advocate for male birth control to new audiences. In this way, we provide professional learning experiences to students while affording us the opportunity to message in new ways. We share the games that we have developed on this page, so please be sure to keep an eye on this space to avail future gaming opportunities!
“Treasure Hunts” can be played right here in the browser, and was developed for Male Contraceptive Initiative by Duc Tri Tran, Abiodun Bakare, Jasmeen Kaur, and Tyler Graham from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Canada.
“Swimmer” can be played right here in the browser, and was developed for Male Contraceptive Initiative by Ryan Mogus, Gavin Osborne, Nick Ferguson, Bhavesh Nar, Brie Treppel, Lixin Zhan, Michael Barclay, and Jacob Guillaume from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Canada.
"Sperm Invaders" & "Spermy's Spectacular Story"
“Sperm Invaders” & "Spermy's Spectacular Story" can be downloaded from Itch.io and played on PCs and Macs. Both games were developed by Khang Le, Ryan Lapp, Brandon Barrett, AJ Bankler, and Trey Anderson from Arizona State University in the United States.
“Sperm Slammers” can be downloaded here as an executable file and played on PCs. The game was developed by a group of student-consultants from Front Range Community College in the United States.
Calling all Game Developers!
Are you a game developer interested in volunteering with us to create additional games? Please reach out to us today and let’s discuss collaborating!