The Whale Game is a point and click 'board' game. Players observe the health of several oceans, test the DNA of whale meat bought in Japan or Iceland, and encounter hostile whaling fleets, hurricanes or typhoons, tsunamis, industrial fishing fleets, fishers using destructive driftnets, rogue waves, and many kinds of ocean pollution, including oil spills, plastics, sewage, fertilizers, and toxic chemicals. They try to divert a naval fleet heading for a collision with a pod of whales and witness titanic struggles between whales and giant squid. They must also accurately identify any whales they see. When they return home, they present their data and observations to the world community. Hopefully, whales and their ocean habitat will be protected! Players will learn a lot of world geography; the game has a comprehensive glossary and information to help players make their decisions. Players will also learn how whales and their ocean habitat are threatened in many ways and how those threats could be dealt with. The game has three sections. In the first, players must plan and organize an expedition; in the second, they plan their voyage; and in the third they sail the world's oceans to gather the data they need. Games can be saved at any point and continued later. Each game is rated, so players can compete with each other or try to improve their own scores.