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On top of our Custom Serious Games, we develop our own games on topics we see returning again and again among our clients. Topics like diversity and inclusion, data-driven working, vitality in the workplace, or strategy activation. Our Serious Games are ready for immediate implementation within your organization. You could get started tomorrow!
Interested in one of our Serious Games?
In Blindspot, players form a team of fictional researchers, who, using their knowledge of common biases, are asked to solve a mystery on a hidden island! Eager to find out more about Blindspot?
In Analysis Paralysis, employees learn to make decisions under time pressure while using various sources of data. Become acquainted with the most common challenges and pitfalls of working with a fact-based mindset and solve the business crisis faced by fictional multinational BrightBase! Want to know more about Analysis Paralysis?
It’s quite a challenge to stay connected with your team without the usual social interaction of “business as usual” at the office. Team Connector helps employees to converse with each other in a new and innovative way. It is an ideal introductory tool that assists new colleagues to get to know each other and their team in a refreshing manner. It can also function as a tool to evaluate collaboration after a project’s completion or as a warm-up tool to prepare for a difficult team meeting. In truth, there doesn’t even really need to be a special occasion to use Team Connector; it can even be used to give a unique twist to the standard conversation over coffee.
White label games are developed by ourselves and can be used by any organisation, at any time and without implementation. Just like a board game at home, you can take them 'off the shelf'. That is why they are also called off the shelf games.
A Custom Serious Game is custom made. These games are developed with our client and are often more complex. For this reason we train employees of our clients organization, so they are able to supervise the game within the organisation.