Kaki Lima Tabletop Game: Cultural Heritage Education through Gamification
Employing gamification as a creative tool for cultural heritage education, Kaki Lima is a light strategy game inspired by walking around Penang’s George Town. Players navigate their way as pedestrians through a grid of five-foot ways in order to complete personal and collaborative tasks.
Featuring real locations in George Town, Kaki Lima highlights the city’s cultural assets and the issue of accessibility of five-foot ways of traditional shophouses in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tabletop game aims to promote public awareness of kaki lima as shared space and to stimulate larger conversations about livability and community values.
Available at Arts-ED Office: +604 2633 471
Please make an appointment before visiting.
Kaki Lima can also be purchased from the following places:
LUMA (during GameGeeks every second weekend of the month)