@Stake is a online digital multiplayer game that fosters empathy and creativity between diverse perspectives on real-world issues
Addressing different perspectives while solving complex social problems is a science and an art. At times, the barriers between overcoming community divides and biases to solve local problems can feel impenetrable.
@Stake was created to help facilitate productive and fair conversations in classrooms, conferences, strategic board meetings, and public events. By playing @Stake, participants learn that productive conversations thrive off of authentic listening and multiple perspectives. From infrastructure needs to inter-agency collaboration and PR campaigns, @Stake can be used to explore a variety of issues in your communities. In the past, it's been used for:
Participatory Budgeting Priorities Comprehensive, Urban Planning Issues, Countering Youth Unemployment, and more!
@Stake is played with 3-5 players in the same room. After introducing their character’s perspectives, players jump into brainstorming mode to think of solutions to public issues. Players then take turns proposing their ideas and arguing their point of view to the table’s Decider. The group debates to reach a solution that is best for all through intense deliberation. The best ideas that emerge from the deliberations win!
Whether you’re playing the role of a recent immigrant, a staff member in the Mayor’s office, or a small business owner, players gain a deeper understanding of diverse community needs by considering different perspectives.
Through fast-paced rounds, players think quickly on their feet to brainstorm the most creative ideas and collaborations from the perspectives of their assigned characters.
During lightning rounds, players analyze each other's ideas and balance different agendas to reach a winning solution.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.