So far I've played two Social Impact games. I couldn't register with the ling provide in our syllabus, so I just had to Google the topic. One of the games I've played is called "Matchit", where you simply match faces with names (like Martha Stewart and Steve Case). Then after you get one right, a multiple choice question regarding that person pops up. It was pretty basic, but definitely something that would help the public start to recognize important figures in our country and around the world ASIDE from musicians/artists/actors etc.
The next game I played was Solitaire, and you could choose to play a game surrounding either Sexual Harassment, Ethics, Technology, or Math. I first chose the Sexual Harassment topic, and assumed I would be quizzed on it. But it turned out that it was just normal Solitaire, with a new element of facts on Each of the cards. Although this is a good opportunity to learn new information, it wasn't very interactive, and it was easy to ignore the facts and just play Solitaire. Which I did after about fifteen facts... Two, for example, were, "Educate your employees about sexual harassment" and "Sexual Harassment can cause a loss of reputation"... Both are true, but not stimulating enough to continue reading.
So I changed the topic after simply playing Solitaire for a while, (which was actually great because it's hard to find free Solitaire online that isn't just a "trail period") and switched to math. This was pretty basic, and I eventually discovered after, once again, getting bored of Solitaire that there were categories at the top that provided multiple choice questions.
Overall, I think learning through games is a really productive and appealing way to learn. When I was younger my mom bought some computer games that were for Math, Spelling, and French, and they definitely kept my attention longer than any teacher did.