Nightmare: Malaria Hits Google Play, a Fun Game That Battles a Real Issue

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A new game hit Google Play this week, one which is not only fun to play, but also helps those who suffer from malaria. The game is called Nightmare: Malaria, and it covers an adventure through the body of a young girl suffering from malaria. The goal is to kill mosquitoes and collect teddy bears scattered through levels. At the end of levels, there are safety nets which will protect you from harm. To add a bit of A-list status, Susan Sarandon was hired to play the voice in the game, which some of you might enjoy. 

To be honest, it’s probably one of the darkest games I have seen in a while, but malaria is a very real disease that affect people all around the world. Proceeds from the game, although free to download, go straight to Against Malaria Foundation (AMF), so go check it out on Google Play.


  • Survive 21 levels of fever-dream visuals through two worlds: Blood and Brain.
  • Save the stranded teddy bears on every level to advance.
  • Avoid killer mosquitoes using your wits and the safety of mosquito nets.
  • Featuring the voice of Academy Award-winner Susan Sarandon.
  • First Android game created by Emmy award-winning studio Psyop.
  • Completely Free.

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