Mobility Era Game

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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Awesome game on life, happiness, finance and taxes that equips anyone for adult life. It starts at 11
years old and ends at 99. As you go through life, you work in (41 European) countries, deal with different
real life situations, invest in health, pay taxes and collect happiness. The happiest player wins the game!
Mobility Era Game is a wonderful educational tool for anyone 14+ who is interested in disciplines like
geography, math, public finance, history and other related disciplines.
Unique
Mobility Era Game is inspired from Researchista’s PhD thesis, a start-up that aims to communicate
research outcomes to a broader audience. This is why, the game relies on official statistics and it is still
fun to play! We launched the first board game on taxes that contains real comparable statistics on
income and income taxes in 41 European countries. We support the world’s largest portal on tax
education, TaxEdu of the European Commission.
We are issued in Forces | Council.
Suitable for:
Suitable for adults and children alike. The game is brand new and it comes both as an app and a board
game.
What we offer:
This is an institutional demo of what Mobility Era Game can do,
More details can be found at www.mobility-era.com
Where you can find us in the future:
Our next edition is Mobility Era USA and will reach the market in 2022.
“Money can’t buy happiness”, but happiness is free of charge

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Updated on
Jan 7, 2022

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What's new

- Added email verification
- Added forgot password