We were invited to the exhibition opening of Cultural Heritage Play at School of Art Design and Media (ADM), Nanyang Technological University. The exhibition featured a tangible interactive board game project on the cultural heritage and the religious monuments of Singapore. It comes with conventional board game components such as cards, blocks and dice, as well as an augmented reality component. It is a good example of game based learning within the education sector.

We had lots of fun playing the game and learning about cultural heritage of not just Singapore, but also around the region. We definitely recommend this board game to every heritage enthusiast. You may contact Candice Ng Ee Ching (PI), Ivy Maria Lim (Collaborator), Gul Inanc (Collaborator), or Galina Mihaleva (Collaborator), to find out more about this game, or just give it a try. Trust you will enjoy it too!