Together with anticorruption workshop, a playtest session was held by Indonesia Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) last week in Jakarta. The participants of the workshop played one of KPK’s boardgame series called “It’s My Business” which developed by Anti-Corruption Learning Centre (ACLC) of KPK.
In “It’s My Business”, players become businessman and compete each other to win development projects from government. Players can choose 4 action to do their business: Honestly, Bribery, Using kickbacks or Using third party. But players must be careful because they can lose all of their asset if choose action other than Honestly. One player will win if they have the most money in the end of the game but all player will lose if the state lost too much money compare to the amount of money distributed to players.
Even though the game is still in version 1.0 but the users who already tried this game were very diverse. From students, lecturers (UI, BINUS, Paramadina University, UNJ), lawyers, banker, communication expert, also local and international corporate from various sectors such as Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, Bank Mandiri, International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Group, American Chamber, USAID-MSI, and many more.