Mores | understanding in motion

The digital integrity game Mores uses dilemmas as a means to launch a conductive conversation about (un)desirable behavior in a playful way, its goal being to gain awareness and perspective for change. You can play this digital game while on a video call, or when you are physically together.

Mores consists of a dilemma box with 6 buttons, 36 dilemmas, a digital die, and a timer. Mores is operated by the game master who also displays the game in the share screen when video calling, or through a projector when you are physically together. The winner of the game is the player who answers the final dilemma, after the other players have been eliminated. Check out the game rules to see how it works.

View the Mores game rules.

In short

  • Tell the others what you would do in the given situation
  • Choose a way to play together: according to the game rules, or not
  • 6 themes and 36 dilemma cards
  • Suitable for 4-8 players, and for several groups to play simultaneously
  • Playing time is approximately 90 minutes
  • Available in Dutch and in English

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  • Governance
  • Social Policy
  • Education
  • Organisational Development
  • Information Technology
  • Urban Development
  • Civil servants
  • Taxes and Permits

  • Housing & Facilities
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Internal employees
  • Management
  • Employees General
  • Staff

  • Management
  • Employees General
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  • Field Service Employees

  • Management
  • Employees General
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  • Field Service Employees

  • Critical thinking
  • Good governance
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Scientific integrity

  • Leadership, behavior and culture
  • Management and Governance
  • Nursing
  • Team leaders

  • Facilities coordinators
  • Location managers
  • Management
  • Supervisory Board
  • Geriatric Specialists
  • Medicine staffers
  • Nursing
  • Team leaders

  • Grid operators
  • Management and Direction
  • Employees General Inside staff
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  • Demonstrate how you would handle a given dilemma
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  • 25 dilemma cards and 5 surprise cards
  • Suitable for 4-8 players, and for several groups to play simultaneously
  • Playing time is approximately 90 minutes
  • Available in Dutch and in English
  • Dashboard available to track evaluations and player star count.
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In short

  • Learn to recognize and discuss dilemmas
  • Make the right choices and play your cards (right)
  • 36 dilemma cards and 6 protest cards
  • Suitable for 4-6 players, and for several groups to play simultaneously
  • Playing time is approximately 90 minutes, including a short evaluation
  • Available in Dutch and English
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In short

  • Will you lay low, or start a dialogue?
  • You need to work together to win
  • 40 dilemma cards
  • Suitable for 4-6 players, and for several groups to play simultaneously
  • Playing time is approximately 90 minutes
  • Available in Dutch and in English
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