While games are always fun, sometimes they can be used for good and charitable acts. This is the case with Nightmare: Malaria which is the first Android game developed by Emmy winning studio Psyop. Nightmare: Malaria is partnered with the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) which is ranked the #1 most effective charity by Give Well, The Life You Can Save and Giving What We Can. Nightmare: Malaria is still a free game but if you feel inclined your donations go to a great cause.
The story and action behind Nightmare: Malaria is actually quite clever. You play essentially within the mind and blood of a young girl infected with malaria as you traverse through 18 levels of fever dreams and crazy visuals. There are two worlds; the blood and the brain and both are essentially platformer based. In each level you’re tasked with collecting the stranded teddy bears while avoiding killer mosquitos. Nightmare: Malaria is a game of wits instead of pure action and you’ll have to avoid these pests smartly and with the help of cleverly placed mosquito nets. The voice acting in Nightmare: Malaria is brought to you by Academy Award-winner Susan Sarando and the visuals are excellent. Again, Nightmare: Malaria is free to play and it looks very good so give it a shot and help the cause!