The David and Lucile Packard Foundation sought to invite its grantees for population and reproductive health programs to explore games and game thinking. G4C conducted a two-day game development workshop for multiple grantee teams. One selected grantee was selected to receive supplemental mentorship from G4C to support development of a working prototype. G4C hosted a public design challenge to select a development team and oversaw creation of a playable prototype by the winning game design team.
6 grantee organizations participated at the workshop and 64 concepts developed in the public game design challenge. The final game, Safer Sex Shuttle, is available on Answer’s website.