According to information gathered by Puffbox, the United Kingdom's Department of Transport has spent £2,785,695 ($4,425,576.95 USD) on a free-to-play educational MMO called Code Of Everand. That number includes costs for the fiscal year 2010 - 2011. The game, developed by U.S.-based Area/Code (Spore Island for Facebook and Drop7 for iOS), was designed to teach kids road safety. The game allegedly has 170,000 users worldwide.
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