Monday, March 12, 2012

Profile: Ways Home

Title Ways Home
Version 1
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Sponsor/Producer Fannie Mae
Developer WILL Interactive. Inc
Number in Series
Company Description WILL Interactive, Inc., based in Potomac, Maryland, is among the most experienced and highly awarded computer-based simulation and serious game developers in the United States. Founded in 1994, WILL is the inventor and sole producer of Virtual Experience Immersive Learning Simulations (VEILS®) and the patented Interactive Behavior Modification System upon which all VEILS® are built. VEILS® technology allows users to become the lead character(s) in an interactive move, make decisions and experience the consequences. To date, WILL Interactive has created 70+ high-end training simulations in the past 17 years for some of the most influential and respected organizations in the country.
Description Ways Home, produced in collaboration with Fannie Mae, addresses the foreclosure crisis that is currently affecting millions of American homeowners and offers information and strategies that can be used to avoid foreclosure. Users have the opportunity to play as three homeowners who are in different distinct positions of economic distress. You make the difficult decisions that could lead to successfully working with your lender and keeping your home, or perhaps your decisions will send you on the path to financial ruin. What you do next is up to you, and time is not on your side.
Categories/Folksonomy Corporate
Lead Designer
Other Designers/ Writers Chris Stezin
Lead Programmer Chad Moone
Lead Artist / Video Adam Silver
Price FREE
Demo Available Yes
Link to Video
Link(s) to Support Material
Platform(s) VEILS
Customizable (1 to 10)
Special Hardware No
Toolkit/Language used Flash
Year Designed 2011
LMS Integration/ SCORM No
Skill Level (Corporate/Military/Government)/Grade Level (Academic) All
Student time 30 min.
Available ([O]pen / [R]estricted by Organization / [N]o longer Available O
Single player/Multiplayer Single Player
Category: Educational Simulations

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