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Can you fix it?

SOA-AIDS Nederland

Soa AIDS Nederland and Rutgers Nisso commissioned IJsfontein to take care of the concept and development of the online game Can You Fix It.

Client: SOA-AIDS Nederland

Play: you can play the game and watch it through this link.

Awards: winner of: SpinAward (Interactieve TV & Online Video) 2011, Esprix Award – bronze 2011. Nominated for: E-learning Award 2011,CineKid New Media Award 2011.

 

In short

Young people between 12 and 18 years of age are often confronted with unacceptable and deviant behaviour. With this game they learn how to say ‘no’ in time.

 

How it works

Young people watch videos about situations that threaten to spiral out of control. Beforehand they chose for either the girl’s or boy’s perspective. You hear the thoughts of the main character and when young people think they have reached their limits, they click the Fix-It button. This influences the outcome of the video. A ‘Love coach’ helps with advice and tips.

 

Changing perspectives

It has become clear that situations get out of hand because of miscommunication, or because young people are afraid to say or ask things. This becomes very clear by watching the same video from a different perspective.

 

Results

Since its launch in November 2010, a total of 180,000 unique visitors have been playing the interactive game for an average of 8,5 minutes.

 

Part of a campaign

The game is part of the campaign Maak Seks Lekker Duidelijk (Make Sex Nice and Clear), shared through social media, banners, outdoor communication and in schools.

 

Watch the trailer

 

Read more?

Read more on our IJsblog

 

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.

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Can you fix it?

Client: SOA-AIDS Nederland

Play: you can play the game and watch it through this link.

Awards: winner of: SpinAward (Interactieve TV & Online Video) 2011, Esprix Award – bronze 2011. Nominated for: E-learning Award 2011,CineKid New Media Award 2011.

 

In short

Young people between 12 and 18 years of age are often confronted with unacceptable and deviant behaviour. With this game they learn how to say ‘no’ in time.

 

How it works

Young people watch videos about situations that threaten to spiral out of control. Beforehand they chose for either the girl’s or boy’s perspective. You hear the thoughts of the main character and when young people think they have reached their limits, they click the Fix-It button. This influences the outcome of the video. A ‘Love coach’ helps with advice and tips.

 

Changing perspectives

It has become clear that situations get out of hand because of miscommunication, or because young people are afraid to say or ask things. This becomes very clear by watching the same video from a different perspective.

 

Results

Since its launch in November 2010, a total of 180,000 unique visitors have been playing the interactive game for an average of 8,5 minutes.

 

Part of a campaign

The game is part of the campaign Maak Seks Lekker Duidelijk (Make Sex Nice and Clear), shared through social media, banners, outdoor communication and in schools.

 

Watch the trailer

 

Read more?

Read more on our IJsblog

 

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.