Mores

Mores uses dilemmas to encourage a meaningful conversation about unwanted behavior at schools and universities; for awareness and a perspective on change. You can use this online game in combination with video calling or at an adequate distance from each other.
Mores can be played in groups of 4 to 7 people and takes about 90 minutes.

 

Mores consists of a digital dilemma box with 6 buttons, a digital dice and a timer. Under each button are around six dilemmas about a different aspect of the central topic of the respective Mores version. So each version contains about 35 dilemmas. There are versions about unwanted behaviour, integrity and inclusion for different age groups and education types. Mores is operated by the game supervisor and shown by him or her during video calling, or via a projector if you are together in real life.

You can discuss the dilemmas with each other with or without using the game rules. If you want to play without any game rules, click on one of the buttons and discuss the presented dilemma with each other. If you want to use Mores as a game, go to the game rules in the menu.

  • Let experience speak
  • Tell what you would do
  • Play with or without game rules
  • 35 dilemma cards
  • Suitable for 4-7 players and multiple groups simultaneously
  • Duration 90 minutes

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  • 25 dilemma cards and 5 surprise cards
  • Suitable for 3-8 players and multiple groups simultaneously
  • Duration 90 minutes
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