We are working on an NSF grant (Award # 1338739) with an interdisciplinary team to develop games to teach science and engineering ethics to university students.
Soon, we will post a link to our game here. The game is designed to be played in classroom or workshop settings. All it requires are internet-enabled devices and at least four players. The game is a hybrid of face-to-face discussion with an online interface.
Briggle, A., Holbrook, J.B., Oppong, J. et al. “Research Ethics Education in the STEM Disciplines: The Promises and Challenges of a Gaming Approach,” Sci Eng Ethics (2016) 22: 237. doi:10.1007/s11948-015-9624-6.
Briggle, A., and J Britt Holbrook, “Games,” in Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering, 2nd Ed. J. Britt Holbrook, Editor. Macmillan Reference USA. 2015, pp. 331-333.