Casanda is a game platform for educators and researchers who want to help people make better decisions. Casanda games can be used to study decision making, strategy formation, and teamwork by offering players an artificial society to manage. In this society, individual game units self-organise in order to complete tasks set by the player. These dynamic social systems adapt to players’ actions and present players with complex and interesting decision environments.
How does it work?
1. Developers create games using the Casanda platform.
2. Players generate behavioural data by playing games.
3. Data is fed back to developers or players to improve performance.