- Age groups
- Ages 15 and over
- EU laws and institutionsEnvironment, climate and energy
- Type of material
- GameOnline gameRole play
Step into the shoes of a national minister and experience EU decision-making by negotiating on real topics that matter for you.
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Play EUcraft – a digital simulation game. Available on web and mobile.
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