Cyberbullying … piracy … illegal downloading …

AirDogs was designed to show teenagers that online crimes have lifelong legal and social consequences for teens and their families. In the game, Luke is a teenager who shows great promise as a snowboarder. He needs money for gear and training, so he begins to counterfeit software in his basement. Players collect data and evidence to put a stop to Luke’s life of crime and catch Luke’s boss, who is the ringleader of the operation. The message of Air Dogs is clear: theft and extortion are crimes, whether you’re 16 or 60.

AirDogs provides a timely response to the issue of bullying. It is designed for high school students and can be completed in a single class period. Like our other programs, AirDogs is research-based, standards-based, and ISTE compliant.