City-building game about the costs of climate change adaptation versus mitigation
If you’d have a piece of land in a city, how would you shape it? Green parks, shopping malls, schools, parkings… Broken Cities (Antidote Games, 2011) is a game that according to its designers, asks “Why don’t people make green decisions?”. In this board game, players can transform a fictitious city while discovering the plenty of things one has to consider when planning a city. Moreover, gamers can experiment the consequences of the decisions that they take. Players have the opportunity to act independently or cooperate with other city-makers to build a city that mitigates climate change.