02 May 2023, 16:00

Spoofy, a cyber security game for children by CGI, is now available in the Ukrainian language

The online game was developed by CGI in 2019 in Finland. The Estonian version was launched in partnership with Telia in 2021 as part of European Cyber Security Month. Now, the two companies together with the Office of Electronic Communications are launching Spoofy in the Ukrainian language. 

Spoofy is an adventure game for children aged 7-12 in which the child has to go through different levels to learn the rules of online safety. The purpose is to introduce schoolchildren to the digital world, help them feel comfortable with new technologies, and teach them to critically evaluate situations. The game is free, does not require registration, and is available on smartphones, tablets, and computers.

The game offers four situations to schoolchildren: at school, at the birthday party, in the park, and at grandma's. Each of them explains the rules of digital behavior:


  • Communication on the Internet
  • Photos sharing
  • Online shopping
  • Setting passwords
  • Protection against viruses and scam 

On the main page, Spoofy offers instructions for parents and teachers, which include the main topics of the game, which are worth talking about with children. The developers also note which moments are important for children to pay attention to while passing the levels.

After successfully completing the game, children receive a "cyber-hero" diploma. They can go through Spoofy again. The refugees from Ukraine also helped in the game development process, so the game is a charity project.

Start the game by following the link in Stories: https://www.spoofy.lt/uk

The launch of the Ukrainian-language version of the game was implemented with the informational support of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine and the national project Diia. Digital education.