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This project is funded by the European Union. This game has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this game are the sole responsibility of Transparency International Armenian and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
Open Society Foundations- Armenia: "Since January 2015, this project is co-funded by Open Society Foundations-Armenia"

This game is created with the ultimate goal to explain wide layers of society about the National Integrity System (NIS) concept. The NIS concept assumes that there are certain foundations for each country (Social, economic, political, cultural) based on which certain pillars of the country are established. That pillars, depending on each country, varies. However, there are certain pillars which are common for all countries, such Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Law Enforcement Agencies, Business, Media, Civil Society and etc. The NIS concept assumes that there are 13 important pillars in each country, based on strength of which, the country's overall performance on the fight against corruption is conditioned.

This game, by providing some questions on each pillar tries to explain and educate society about the NIS concept. Each correct answer grows National Integrity Tree, while each wrong answer doesn't let the Tree to grow. Besides, based on the number of correct answers, the Tree gives fruits: fruits which each society wants.