Computer games promote water conservation in Malta


Life is more fun if you play games, said celebrated author Roald Dahl, but wouldn’t it be even more rewarding if those games also embodied the spirit of social causes. HSBC Water Programme – Catch the Drop teamed up with Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) to further broaden the perspective on water issues by developing five digital games. The interactive and fun games, which can be downloaded and played on both Windows and Mac operating systems, are another innovation by the campaign after first taking its messages to the entire primary school-going population, then the local councils, and eventually around the world with the launch of two international songs. The games are Drip Drop, Filtro, Running Water, Summer is Coming, and Save the Drop. They are available for free at


Meanwhile, the two water songs of the campaign can be discovered on many of the popular streaming services. They can be searched as Water is Life (album) by HSBC Water Programme (artist) or by individual track titles, ‘Catch the Drop’ and ‘Water Life’. They are filed under Children’s music.

The songs’ official music videos can be viewed on (Catch the Drop)   and (Water Life)




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