Electric Circus
Games for Digital Ecosystem Design Thinking
Design thinking is not really human-centric if you look
at walls of post-its...
e.g. see "How to run an awesome Design Thinking Workshop"
When we play your ecosystem's game, people gather around the gameboard irl or digital, and their stories emerge
As a framework for game design we used Le Grand Jeu. Copyright (c) 2016-2020.
LGJ a is copyleft, free for use for non commercial applications. Le Grand Jeu is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Benefits of M(O)RPG multiplayer (online) role playing games
Empathize naturally by playing with each other, and playing
"the other"
Gather stakeholder insights, characters, ecosystem assets, relationships all in one place, digitally - the narrative
(Remote) community and team building in a playful environment
Electric Circus was a nightclub in New York 1960s, which asked its patrons to "play games, dress as you like, dance, sit, think, tune in and turn on."

We discovered a game for game designers through the NGI Ledger Program, and a toolkit for designing digital ecosystems in an ideology-free way.

Now we are turning this discovery into a game-based learning experience for Human-centered Design, Computational Thinking, and 21st century skills such as critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
Inspiration for the name:
Want to (re)learn how to play?
Now, we experiment with it, currently
in the Token Engineering and other communities. Curious?
Join now!
We are raising funds through pre-sale
to create a web-based experience that runs
on a differential games engine.