15 short-duration games aiming to improve adults’ financial literacy in topics such as "Money and Transactions", "Planning and Management" and "Risk and Credit", are now available targeting adults with low financial literacy levels.

The objective of the series of games is to allow adults to develop their financial literacy levels on the use of money in day-to-day transactions, on the use of different types of rates such as interest rates, exchange rates or discount rates on prices, understanding better what a family budget is and how can be efficiently managed, access to credit and the different options that may exist, how to save money over time and plan a reform or how to diversify an asset portfolio.

The mini-game "Score a Goal", explores the concept of the a discount in prices of goods or services and how to calculate the discount and the final price of the good. By playing this game, users will be able to understand if the discount is or not a good deal, comparing the final price of a good or service with a discount with another good or service price with no discount. You can access the game here.

This game is included in the topic Money and Transitions aimed help the users in identifying and understanding business transactions using a discount, interest, taxes, and currency conversions.

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