Are you a freecell or solitaire addict? Or do you spend ages every day playing sudoku or doing crosswords? For a totally guilt-free alternative have a look at FreeRice.com.
This is a free-to-play online game where each correct answer results in a donation of rice through the UN World Food Program. If you get the answers right the questions get harder, if you get them wrong they get easier, so it automatically adjusts to your level, and there is a range of subjects to choose from. Be warned – it’s very addictive!
FreeRice is committed to the cause of ending hunger around the world and is run entirely for free and at no profit. As you play the game sponsor banners are shown at the bottom of the screen – the money generated by these banners is used to buy the rice. FreeRice was founded in 2007 by John Breen. Since then it has generated enough rice to feed millions of people, and now the the whole site has been given to the UN World Food Program. To find out more about FreeRice see FreeRice.com — WFP first.
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