A super fun board game that helps discuss ethical issues.

The Moral Design Game is a fun, competitive board game designed to think about the impact of techno-ethical issues in the city, in education and soon also in healthcare. Perfect for decision makers, any ethics team, training days or inspirational sessions.

Various editions

Multiple editions of the Moral Design Game are available. Think of a ‘healthcare’ variant and a ‘smart city’ variant. A special ‘Waardenwijzer’ edition has also been released in collaboration with Surf.

Play the game

Do you want to try the Moral Design Game? That can be done in different ways. You can buy the game or you can organize a workshop with us.

You can buy the Moral Design Game by filling in the form.

Prefer a workshop? We are happy to visit you and play the game together (can also be online!).

Learn to play the game really well through moderator training? That is also possible (also online).

Cases

You can play the game with different cases. In the ‘smart’ city, in education or (soon) in healthcare. We always keep the cases up to date, but you can also play with your own case.

Play the game

Do you want to try the Moral Design Game? That can be done in different ways. You can buy the game or you can organize a workshop with us.

You can buy the Moral Design Game by filling in the form.

Prefer a workshop? We are happy to visit you and play the game together (can also be online!).

Learn to play the game really well through moderator training? That is also possible (also online).

In practice

We played the game with students, civil servants, teachers, administrators, politicians, managers and citizens at all kinds of different organisations. Ministries, municipalities and schools. Contact us if you want more information.

General contact

Do you have a question? Do you want more information? Do you have an idea that you want to develop with us? Contact us via this form, email or call.

This game was created by two research groups of Fontys University of Applied Sciences:

Research Group Moral Design Strategy

Research Group Journalism and responsible innovation