The Flemish Expertise Centre for Suicide Prevention at Ghent University developed a serious game for suicide prevention aimed at youths between 12 and 16 years old. The game strengthens mental health and reminds youngsters that every setback comes with a potentially positive end result. The game uses two primary skills as a foundation: emotion regulation and cognitive coping. This game teaches the user how to recognise their emotions and how to deal with them in a playful way. In addition, it indirectly tends to social and problem-solving skills. The game improves recognition, identification and understanding of emotions among youths and attempts to strengthen their mental health by doing so.