Sea Hero Quest

Sea Hero Quest

There is a new case of dementia every three seconds. Sea Hero Quest is a mobile game which contributes to research on dementia. The way in which players navigate the game will help researchers to understand the mental process of 3D navigation, which is one of the first skills lost in dementia. More than 2.5 million people have played the game around the world. It was designed by British game company Glitchers in 2016 in association with Alzheimer’s Research UK, University College London and the University of East Anglia.



    Mobile game dedicated to helping global research into dementia    
casual | adventure | medicine | Android | iOS







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