Meta-cognitive skills, like problem solving skills, are extremely important for people. According to recent research done by The Conference Board of Canada, problem solving in technology-rich environments nowadays is positively associated with the probability of participating in the labour market and being employed. Research also shows that a student can be a more confident and independent learner when he or she has better meta-cognitive skills. This research aims to design and develop an educational game that aims at improving four meta-cognitive skills while people are playing. Those skills are: (1) problem solving, (2) associative reasoning, (3) planning and organization and (4) accuracy and evaluation. The research team has a proper evaluation plan designed and research ethics approval obtained for recruiting participants to use OMEGA. This paper also explains the details of the evaluation plan and the instruments of data collection.