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Description

Scoutible is a first-of-its-kind personality adventure. Our game is built like an interactive movie where you’re the star. Scoutible's science-based gaming technology learns about your essential cognitive and personality traits—such as creativity, curiosity, and grit— as you interact in our immersive game world. The resulting qualities tell a richer, deeper, more compelling story about you than any piece of paper ever could.

Get ready to unlock your potential.


THE EXPERIENCE:

Developed by scientists from Harvard and Stanford, the game experience learns and adapts based on your unique decisions. No choice is a wrong choice, and absolutely no gaming experience is required. At the end of the experience, you’ll earn your spot on a team of people with similar strengths and unlock your personalized Strengths Resume.


THE STORY BEHIND SCOUTIBLE:

Scoutible exists to help everyone find their passion and purpose in the world, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or background. We believe that people are not a commodity - we each have very unique gifts that are not visible on the surface. Our technology enables everyone to learn their powerful natural strengths, or "star qualities," and use them to find opportunities in life where they are virtually certain to thrive. We envision a world where everyone's best talents are discoverable and fully utilized in our careers, social lives, and beyond.

Play the game, learn your strengths, and join our mission to unlock the world's potential.

What’s New

Version 1.3.2

This version features:
-Enhanced in-game instructions based on user feedback
-Overall performance updates

Have fun!

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

Cool cat chiz ,

Just one thing

I really love the whole game angle as well as the accurate and detailed personality analysis however the one thing I have to critique is the “jobs you are interested in” field at the end of completing your resume. Me personally I am an animal science major in undergrad and for some reason when I tried to type that in the interests box (or basically anything related to biological at all) nothing in the drop down menus showed up for me. In addition the box wasn’t marked complete unless I picked something from the drop down box. (I ended up picking a talent scout). Besides that the game and evaluation is amazing however because of that bug. I would only use this site as a reference instead of a main hub to tie all of my job accounts and resumes together.

Developer Response ,

Hi - we’re so happy that you enjoyed your overall experience! Our job matching feature is still in beta and we apologize for not including enough job categories to fit your interests yet. We're working to broaden them as we speak! In the meantime, in the “Skills & Interests” section of your profile you can already add numerous skill tags related to animal science and biology. This will ensure you are scouted for the most relevant opportunities. Contact us at support@scoutible.com if you have any trouble!

jdjsnsnjwjwjwnenenr ,

Great Effort

Shared it with some of the people i work with.

Here’s some issues I noticed:

1) Empathize. It’s that it’s quite hard to empathize with the characters on the screen. You just show up in the middle of nowhere and given a task with very little context and character development. Given time to immerse in that world, I felt my actions would be different.

2)Consequences. In real life you might not rudely end a convo with a possibly dangerous person while in the game you can freely do so with no physical or social consequences.

3)Eurocentric. Setting is in a western format. It’s even harder to feel immersed when you’re not from western culture. All kinds of lords and dukes that is completely foreign. A more culturally neutral setting would bring more accurate test results to non-westernized individuals, especially asian cultures which are more contextual given different social settings.

4)POV. Looking at the character from a eye in the sky third point of view, it’s easy to feel that you’re controlling a ‘Sim’ character rather than that character being yourself.

5) Gender. Even choosing the he/him pronouns I am still assigned to a female character. Another roadblock with immersiveness.

Summary: I felt too distant from the playable character to really feel that the actions I compel it to do are actually ‘my actions’. Thus made me doubt the accuracy of the results.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback - we will be sure to take your comments into consideration and improve on the game in future iterations. If you have any other thoughts, we'd love to hear them at feedback@scoutible.com!

$k.lub$ ,

Much more than a game

I was referred to Scoutible by an employee of theirs, who we’ll call Fletcher. Let’s just say Fletcher changed my life.

The game itself is phenomenal, up there with the likes of Skyrim and Zelda. While challenging at times, it piqued my interest with a racing plot and plenty of choices. I really felt in control, and that’s important to me ;).

More importantly, however, was the post-game analysis. I’ve never felt as understood or seen as I did viewing my results. I am #teamprodigy for life! My wife also played the game, and with our results we were able to communicate like never before. We cancelled our next marriage counseling appointment and decided to use that time for something more productive. We’re now expecting a child next March!

Developer Response ,

We’re thrilled to hear that you loved the game and your results. We love #teamprodigy! We’re also delighted that you and your wife feel more understood and that your communication has improved. This is the first time we’ve heard of our technology replacing marriage counseling, but we think that “Scout” could be a great baby name ;). Congratulations!

App Privacy

The developer, Scoutible, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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