Imagine. Create. Collaborate.
LUPO: The Space Adventure is a collaborative and creative storytelling card game that takes you and your friends, family members or the whole school classroom on a ridiculous sci-fi adventure.
When planet earth turns into a tiny raisin, it´ s up to you and your friends to blast off beyond the stars and create a new home for humanity. Take over the role as a Chiefonaut, Stylonaut, Protectonaut, Diplonaut or Bionaut and get ready for a close encounter with fantastical new worlds and species. Let your imagination run wild as you bring your ideas to life - from pen and paper blueprints to your own spectacular spaceship.
PLANET EARTH TURNED INTO A RAISIN…
LET′S BE FRIENDS
SEND US A FUNKY MESSAGE
FROM OUTER SPACE!
We are always super happy to hear from people across the globe,galaxy or universe. Some of our team members are obsessed stamp and rock collectors, so it doesn't matter how weird you are, you can bet we can top that.So don't be shy and send us a funky message! We barely bite :)
Startup Adventure Friday: Removing barriers one barrier at a time
This week, we’ll address three topics: the board gamer event learnings from last weekend, expansion of our distribution channels, and current thoughts on crowdfunding as an option for tapping into new audiences in building awareness for LUPO.
Gamification Wednesday: My Experience Point System
Students collect points from positive feedback, homework, teamwork, projects and different kinds of assignments. For example from every positive feedback from teachers that teach my students they get 100 xp points. They level up when they reach 1000 xp points. They can use the points to buy different things. For example 1000 xp points can buy you a new place to sit in the classroom or a recess indoors. If students buy stuff they will lose a certain amount of points which is the cost of the purchase.
Podcast Tuesday: “Learning is amazing, let’s treat it like this.” with Lauri Jarvilehto, CEO Lightneer
In today’s episode Gary had the honor to talk to Lauri Jarvilehto, CEO of Lightneer. Lauri is extremely passionate about learning and how to help kids, young adults or basically anyone to spark their love for learning. In his opinion games are a wonderful tool to do exactly this and give young kids the context that is so often missing in today’s classroom.