Serious game created by CE Delft turned into water game for Kenya
18/01/2016 - Based on the CE Delft game BIOMAdneSS, Abby Onencan, a PhD student at Delft Technological University, has developed a serious game providing insight into the water problems of the Nile. The Nile flows through a number of countries and is used for hydroelectric power and irrigation, but is also of vital importance for regional ecosystems. CE Delft supported Abby in his work in transforming the game. Policy-makers at the Kenyan Water ministry have already played the game, in which they had to find ways to transcend some of the conflicts of interest among the Nile nations and allocate water resources across agriculture, power generation and ecosystems. The clip shows how the realistically transposed dilemmas are tackled by the players.