Reinhold Mangundu, Justine Braby, Games for Sustainable Development Goals Namibia: Towards Youth Engagement in Achieving Sustainability, The Solutions Journal, Volume 10, Issue 3, August 2019, ( Abstract: There is a lot of research that shows that simple interactive games can help us better understand systems, anticipate emerging complex phenomena, and help us to build. The games for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) enable us to study complex challenges and think ‘outside the box’. This enables us to come up with possible solutions and to build resilience through self-action. The Sustainable Development Goals, through the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, are complex and interlinked and require systems and critical thinking to fully understand and act upon them. Around the world, simulation gaming as tools for problem solving is slowly gaining momentum. In scientific discourse, training workshops and seminars are slowly integrating scenario planning into simulation games for better and inclusive decision making among various stakeholders. Most of these games provide an interdisciplinary understanding to complex global challenges that can only … Topics: Sustainability