Prepare for climate crisis in your town 

TAG is a playful workshop that simulates how you and your community respond to the next ten years of climate change in your town.

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TAG Merri-bek

Next opportunity to play:

We have customised TAG for residents of Merri-bek, in partnership with Merri-bek council. We are currently working on more community games in the coming months.

TAG Greater Bendigo

Next opportunity to play:

We have been working with City of Greater Bendigo to offer TAG to local residents. A local game is coming up in late 2023.

Play TAG at home

On the horizon...

We're working on a kit that will allow anyone to try TAG at home, right at the kitchen table. Stay tuned!

A facilitated, cooperative experience

We've designed TAG to be accessible to everyone. Even though it has "game" in the name, it's more of a platform for a community conversation. It is definitely not like Monopoly!

During the imaginary scenario presented to you, you'll make choices like:

A customised community climate workshop for your local council

The Adaptation Game is a workshop for local governments to raise awareness and grow capacity towards climate-resilient communities. It is designed for people who accept climate change, but may feel uncertain about what they can meaningfully do about it.

Interested in running TAG for your community? We provide services to make TAG fit-for-purpose in your community:

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The Adaptation Game is in partnership with Deakin University and Merri-bek Council, with creative design and production by Goodmorningbeautiful, Amble Studio, Collabforge, and Wax Wings Games.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and recognise their continued custodianship and connection to the land, waters and community.

We played TAG live at SXSW Sydney!

with special guest players

For the 1st time ever The Adaptation Game was ‘live-played’ on stage with special guests. The audience went for a scary fun empowering ride into the near-term future of climate change.

See photos from the event on Instagram