I’ve got a question for you.
I’d like you to think about, if you could buy a car today;
Would you have an old clapped-out something from the 1920s?
That just about goes, if you crank the handle.
Or would you rather have something modern with all the safety features, with stereos, with cupholders, sat-nav, you know all the fancy kit that comes on a modern car?
If the answer is that you’d rather have the modern car, I’d like you to have a think about games.
Most people are familiar with Monopoly.
Did you know? Monopoly has been around since the 1920s.
And okay there’s nothing actually wrong with it per se, it seats people around the table, you all do your thing, you all have a go. It’s a bit like those cars from the 1920s – things have moved on a bit since then.
Now imagine you haven’t just got that car, but you’ve got that car with every specification made exactly for you.
You’ve got the seat moulded for your bottom.
You’ve got everything set just to your height.
The mirrors are right.
It’s all just made for you.
It’s even got your own logo on the side!
Now imagine you’ve got your problem that you want to solve in the workplace. And you think that you might like to give games a go to solve that problem.
What would that do for you, if you could have it specifically made for your problems, for your issues, for the information that you want to get across to your audience?
Because yeah it’s great, there’s lots and lots of games out there on the shelf, that do lots and lots of things.
And yes you would get benefit from them, you’d get benefit from the strategic thinking, from the communication, from the problem-solving, and from numerous other benefits that the games have.
But if you want one that specifically hones in on your problems, then the best thing that you can do is get a bespoke game made. We can work with you to make sure that we meet all of your requirements, that we’re solving all your problems, that we’re really engaging your audience in the way that you want to.
I’d like you to have a think about that, and if you’d like to know more, please get back to me.