“Resilience”: the capacity to adapt to stress and change


In Resilience: Survive and Thrive, you are community leaders that share natural resources and are competing to have the most developed community.

But beware! Overdevelopment destroys the environment, which puts everyone at a higher risk from extreme weather events. Cooperate in maintaining the environment but compete in having the most developed community!

Learn how to play here 🙂

Interested? Email us at info@balangay.games and we’d gladly go to your school to demo the game to your students and faculty 😀

Resilience: Survive and Thrive will be available soon! 🙂

  • 100 Game Cards
  • 1 Playmat
  • 1 Manual
  • 1 Fact Sheet

Project Management: Bayosa Aya Cariño, Nicanor Marco Valdez

Game Design and Development: Bayosa Aya Cariño, Marx Ian Rulloda, Karlo Gabriel Senga, Nicanor Marco Valdez

Producers: Bayosa Aya Cariño, Dr. Laura David, Sheila Ruth Magdaraog, Dr. Elena Pernia, Talna Lorena Dela Cruz, Raiza Gonzales

Playtest Facilitators: Bayosa Aya Cariño, Raiza Gonzales, Sheila Ruth Magdaraog, Dr. Elena Pernia, Marx Ian Rulloda, Karlo Gabriel Senga, Nicanor Marco Valdez

Logo Designs and Box Design: Aaron Elmer Galzote, Nicanor Marco Valdez

Layout Artist: Elizabeth Joy Santos

House Art: Gigil Estacio

Graphic Design: Laurenzo Alba, Gigil Estacio, Aaron Elmer Galzote, Elizabeth Joy Santos

Technical Consultants: Dr. Laura David, Dr. Elena Pernia, Dr. Jurgenne Primavera, Bayosa Aya Cariño, Sheila Ruth Magdaraog, Mariano Roy Duya, Anabelle Cruz-Trinidad, Talna Lorena dela Cruz, Raiza Gonzales

Playtesters: Don Immanuel Lima, Jonathan Luces, Fatima Nina Dajac, Carlo Vincienzo Dajac, Josefina Vernica Santos, Carlos Benedict Santos, Desamarie Fernandez, Omar Sebastian Panlilio, Richard Kevin Lorenzana, Rafael Antonio Pineda, Marie Angelynne Fabro, Raiza Radoc, Ruth Guinto, Adrian Cayaco, Julio Gabriel Ubas, Kenneth Navarro, Brainard Linco, Kendrik Sio, Jake Pineda, Asyrah Honra, Bryan Alvaran, Miledel Quibilan, Roselle Borja-del Rosario, Justine Jose de la Cruz, Cariño Family, Valdez Family, Padilla Family, Lagro HS Students, Caloocan HS Students, Divino Voce Youth Choir, PETA InService Attendees Summer 2014, Hyundai New Thinkers Batch 2014, UP MSI Staff, BaR Program Staff

Special Thanks:

To Grace Chua, who gave the team a place to work in and playtest the game, a printer to use, and lunch throughout development. We wouldn’t have been able to make this game without your generosity.

To Lagro High School, for giving us the opportunity, time, and room to test the game with your students.

Resilience: Survive and Thrive™ was made possible with the support of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), through the Philippine Higher Education Research Network (PHERNet) Biodiversity and Resilience R&D, Communication and Capability Building Program for the Philippines, under the Communicating Science-based Information on DRRM and Biodiversity Interconnectivity (BaR C2) Project, and by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Biodiversity Management Bureau (DENR-BMB) under the Coral Reef Visualization and Assessment (CoRVA) Project.

  • Players: 3-4 Players
  • Ages: 14+
  • Game Time: 15-45mins

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