KonneKt – Social Game for Isolated Children


  • €30,000

  • Ended

KonneKt is a game that lets children play with each other, despite being in isolation, using windows and the KonneKt game pieces.


  • €30,000

  • Ended

KonneKt is a game for children in isolation. By using the windows to the hallway, for example, children can play with one another, thus feeling less alone in what’s no doubt a hard time as it is. It’s a noteworthy cause for sure.

KonneKt is a fun toy for healthy and ill children alike. It consists of a set of shapes that children can attach to the windows between their rooms and the hallway with suction cups and magnets. KonneKt offers children the possibility to make up their own games and stories. And they do not even have to be in the same room!

Children can play games such as tic tac toe, checkers and chess, but they can also build their own fantasy world with dragons, castles monsters and heroes. They can even play challenging competitive games such as a variation on pacman, where one of the children plays the ghost, and the other plays pacman!

There are several perks available, including the option to buy one game for yourself and one for a hospital. The campaign wants to give away 100 games to 100 hospitals.

Favorite perk ($99)

4-IN-ONE-GAME-PACKAGE – Contains the shapes to play connect four, chess, checkers and tic tac toe. One costs €99, if you want one+one, you can donate €198 and select this reward, and we’ll make sure both you and a hospital receive a game.

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