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

The aim of this series of games is to allow adults to develop their financial literacy levels on the basics of financial planning, on the use of a budget, on the control of their personal spending, on the importance of keeping track of personal finances to ensure our well-being, on the importance of saving and its planification or the importance of not living above the possibilities.

The mini game 3 "Rainy Days" explores how much you need to save for a rainy day, according to different variables and priorities, suggesting the steps you must follow to build your own Rainy Day Fund. By playing this game users will be able to put some ideas into practice to save money for a rainy day without having to rework their entire budget. This will empower and help them to make the best choices for themselves. You can access the game here.

This game is included in the topic Planning and Managing aimed help adults to earn the basics of financial planning to ensure and achieve their personal goals as a result of smart money management.

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