Super PAC Scramble is a single-player augmented reality game that educates players about monetary donations for the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Using campaign logos as trigger images, the game invites players to select one of six presidential front-runners and collect financial support for his or her campaign. By digitally dragging and dropping names and donations onto a candidate’s logo, players learn which presidential contenders are and are not supported by super PACs as well as the difficulties of becoming a viable candidate through small, individual donations. To successfully complete "Super PAC Scramble," players must collect enough money to earn 100% funding before time runs out. Super PAC Scramble was created through the University of Florida's Trace Innovation Initiative by Jacob Greene and Melissa Bianchi.