SmileUrbo Facts and Figures
When we started to work on creating SmileUrbo back in 2013, we had no idea just how complex it would or how successful it would be. After 3 years of hard work, we’ve done the numbers, and it gives us great pleasure to share the facts and figures that define our educational game.
As of today, more than 700 people have participated in SmileUrbo games. These players are spread out across Spain, where we focus our daily work, and Poland, thanks to our collaboration with the Innowatorium Foundation. Additionally, we’ve been fortunate enough to introduce the game in The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Brazil, Germany, Croatia and Georgia.
During the game, players are distributed between public administration – Town Councils, Deputies, and other local governments (25%), Department of Education (25%), Universities (12%), Businesses (12%) and Non-profit organizations (22%).
One of our main objectives is to train educators who are capable of organizing SmileUrbo activities on their own. As of now, we have more than 40 accredited facilitators who are starting to use the game in their daily work.
SmileUrbo is available in four languages (Catalan, Spanish, English and Polish), with each translation having close to 300 pages worth of content and almost 25,000 lines of code.
We’ll end with the statistic that, without a doubt, is our proudest: the teams that have participated to date have been able to save 72% of the villages! An amazing outcome, and the result of collaboration and interest in the common good demonstrated throughout the games by the players. Good times!