Each player has an active role. He or she makes his or her own choices, and thus sees their consequences. This enhances the experience of the game.
The games are not only "serious," but also realistic. Recognizable (work) situations make it easy to apply lessons learned and experiences in real life.
The game is detached from everyday life. This allows a player to experiment. He is allowed to make mistakes without any unpleasant consequences. This increases the learning efficiency.
Play a game as team building. Strengthen bonds within a team in no time through the shared experience and a light-weight competitive approach.
5 people, 100 or perhaps 1,000. It doesn't matter how many people you play the serious game with. That makes the serious games suitable for any company.
A serious game is a valuable addition to Arda, the online cybersecurity awareness program. Play a serious game as a kick-off to the launch of Arda in your organization.