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Clean Games

From Public Play Space Community


Dmitry Loffe + Vadim Ivanov

St. Petersburg, Russia, 2015
Purpose Activation.pngActivation
Purpose Interconnection.pngInterconnection
Purpose Collaberating.pngCollaborating
Purpose Raise awareness.pngRaise Awareness
Purpose Educate.pngEducate
Purpose Visualise needs.pngVisualize Needs
Purpose Simulate impact of decisions.pngSimulate Impact of Decisions
Purpose Decision making.pngDecision Making
Purpose Designing.pngDesigning
Co-Creation Co-analysis.pngCo-Analysis
Co-Creation Co-design.pngCo-Design
Co-Creation Co-implementation.pngCo-Implementation
Co-Creation Co-maintenance.pngCo-Maintenance
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Outcome Decision making.pngDecision Making
Outcome Knowledge.pngKnowledge
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Outcome Design.pngDesign
Outcome Inclusion.pngInclusion
Outcome Awareness.pngAwareness
Outcome Partnership.pngPartnership
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Mechanics Alternitive reality.pngAlternative Reality
Mechanics Role play.pngRole Play
Mechanics Rule based play.pngRule Based Play
Mechanics Location based.pngLocation Based
Mechanics Simulations.pngSimulations
Mechanics Mapping.pngMapping
Mechanics Geolocation.pngGeolocation
Mechanics Hypothesis.pngHypothesis
Mechanics Metagame.pngMetagame
Technology & Tools Analoge Tangibles.pngAnaloge Tangibles
Technology & Tools AR VR.pngAR / VR
Technology & Tools Audio Visual.pngAudio Visual
Technology & Tools Data AI.pngData AI
Technology & Tools Data Collection Visualization.pngData Collection/Visualization
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Technology & Tools Mobile.pngMobile
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Aesthetics Sensation.pngSensation
Aesthetics Imagination.pngImagination
Aesthetics Assemblage.pngAssemblage
Aesthetics Pysical activity construction.pngPhysical Activity / Construction
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Scale Metropolitan.png Metropolitan
Scale City.png City
Scale District.png District
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Scale Street.png Street
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Audience Community.png Community
Audience Planning expert.png Planning Expert
Audience Stakeholders.png Audience Stakeholders
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Scope Individual.png Individual
Scope Small group.png Small Group
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Clean Games are ecological strategic quests. We empower people to see the problems of environmental pollution through the game. We want to share our method with you because we believe that game form can be really efficient to bring new people to ecological issues.

This is not a substitute for public utilities, this is a means to raise people’s consciousness through the game. When a person picks up a bottle someone had left on the ground he is unlikely to leave trash himself. This will also be a good example for his friends and family members of colleagues who will learn about the Clean Games and the new experience they give from someone they know and trust. The same kind of thing happens when people separate and sort different types of garbage in-game.

How it works:

Players participate the game in teams from 2 to 4 people. At the game start they get equipment and go to collect garbage. Teams get points for each bag of garbage when they bring it to collection points. At the collection point special «Buyer» evaluates bags according to the game rules.

Bags might be more «expensive» if meet the requirements of separate waste collection (ex. plastic, glass) or «cheap» if it is a mixed waste. Also if you found in the trash something that you consider interesting or have a version of how it can be reused, you bring it to the collection point and convince the "Buyer" that it deserves attention / that it can be reused. If you succeed, it gives you extra-points!

If players remove large accumulations of trash, they can create a mark on the geolocation through our mobile app and get extra points. The result is an interactive online map. Also there are special tasks provided like photo hunting and ecological quiz. Game statistics are kept in real-time on the website and in the mobile application. During one game, an average of 1 to 3 tons of garbage is collected. According to statistics, more than half of the waste is further recycled. Participants most often know the location of the games or visit these places from time to time. This allows to bring unity among the locals who well after the Games have ended still try to keep the location clean.

The Clean Games methodology is distributed free of charge.

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