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Call for mini game ideas

Hallo ladies and gents!

As you might know, the first phase of our project is dependent on a series of mini games. Lots and lots of short, addictive, adrenalin rushing games! Although fun, these games will also have their own unique lessons to be learned – how to survive the streets and how to ace real life volunteer work.

The games will be based on the levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs. Meaning they will all teach lessons relevant to the level they are on. Each level of mini games first need to be completed before the next level is unlocked.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_hierarchy_of_needs
– wiki

This is a call for help to come up with ideas for these mini games. We are already working on a ‘dumpster diving’ mini game and have recently started with a ‘soup kitchen’ mini game – both from level 1 on Maslow’s pyramid – but many more are needed!

If you have any ideas, please take a look at this document: (we’ve taken the link down)
We currently only have level 1 and 2 in there, but if it works out, we will soon add the rest.
And of course, even if your idea is only half an idea or the craziest thing anybody has ever heard, don’t hold back! We want to hear it!

There is also something else we would like to hear: If you have ever helped out at a charity organisation working with the homeless, we would love to hear about your experiences. It will really help to create better mini games =D

Thanks for reading 🙂

 

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