Playing is a source of joy, and positive experiences make education more effective and benefit personal development. Therefore, games and elements of game-based learning are an indispensable part of our activities. Playful learning is always at the heart of our programs and publications for children, and we have also developed educational games that promote learning about the built environment.
Our games can be played in class or as an extracurricular activity, and they can be used for cultural events or other projects. To book an appointment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of our two live-action board games, Pop-up Pest is based on downtown Budapest, and ParticiPécs is based on the city of Pécs. The aim of both games is to teach young people activity patterns they can use to shape their living environment in a constructive manner; at the same time, they can also effortlessly learn about their own city or district and about participation opportunities.
Urbanity is a discussion-based game that promotes critical thinking about the city and expressing independent opinions.
Finally, Playhellocity is a community development game that strengthens the relationship between neighbors through diverse creative actions.