Games have been on a tear lately, especially with social games like Draw Something and others from the game company Zynga. Now these aren’t uber complicated games coming from companies such as Ubisoft, but rather they are simple platforms with simple elements of gameplay. This has led other industries to take notice of this trend, the nonprofit industry in particular.
What’s being noticed is that gaming can have a greater purpose than just entertainment. They can create awareness for an organization or cause and can create incentives for acting on that cause. Gaming isn’t just for nerds anymore.
Learn more about how gaming can help spread your nonprofit’s message by following the link below.
4 Lessons on Building Games for Change [Spiro/Beth’s Blog]