Lemonopoly, an online game that emerged from San Francisco’s Creative Currency hackathon, aims to ensure that no lemon goes unused—and that the Bay Area’s lemon supply continues to grow. Designed by Code for America fellow Chacha Sikes and software programmer Anselm Hook over the course of a weekend, the game pits different cities in the Bay Area—San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley—in a quest to rack up the most points. Whichever city has the most points at the end of the game (it will run for two months starting this summer) wins bragging rights.

Lemonopoly: An Online Game That Trades In Real-World Lemons | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

Congrats Chach!

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