Our piloting journey brought us to the HLW in Weiz/Austria, where we tested the game with two classes with about 25 pupils each. The enjoyed the game very much and where very concentrated during the 45 minutes of hotel management. Thanks to the pupils of the HLW Weiz and their useful input!
Piloting at HAK Leibnitz with around 60 pupils. We got useful comments how to optimize the game. Thanks to all the pupils and their teacher to support our piloting phase!
(Tourism & Hospitality Students in CIT) Piloting of the Green Game project game – The Green Hipster Hotel – is going well and the feedback so far has been very very useful. The game is currently available for both iOS and Android. We’d like to thank all of those involved in the piloting of the game […]
We had a piloting session at the E-Learning Day at FH JOANNEUM. We tested the game with teachers from different areas.
The first piloting session in CIT took place today. The game got very positive feedback and the game concept was extremely well-accepted by the students. Thanks to everyone who took part!
As part of the project, we’ve gotten some cool merch made which includes the leaflet for the game/ project, a huge amount of beermats, and a set of really cool bags from Mammuko (http://www.mamukko.ie), which have been created entirely from recycled material (like sails, life rafts, leather, textile). To be in with a chance of winning […]
GREEN GAMES is in the Issue No.43 for Applied Games and Gamification – Drivers for Change
An interesting (if humorous!) article on some of the awful environmental message carried by some games from back in the 90s! Hopefully our game will be a little bit more effective at encouraging environmental responsibility!
Animation for in-game Staff Training on Kitchen Food Waste The below is an animation on Food waste in the kitchen to help inform the player on the importance of separating waste types. Within the game, this would be available under “Staff Training”. Players would be able to Train Staff by paying cash, after which they’re […]