The Good, The Bad and The Accountant
Learn about the complexity of government corruption
In The Good, The Bad and The Accountant players are asked to make decisions for the city's infrastructure spending that involves active or passive corruption. It is not necessarily true that all civil servants are corrupted, however, it raises awareness of pointing out that corruption is a systemic issue. The game has meters that measure the legal risk, industry mistrust and political rejection level based on the answers you provide. At times, refusing an offer that involves levels of corruption might lead to conflicts with stakeholders. In the hint tab, the game offers answers to questions such as "how do you organize bribe?" or "spotting corruption in land sales." Therefore, giving a thorough explanation to how these issues can be recognized. In sum, the game teaches players how to spot patterns of corruption.
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