My mother, among other things, runs a summer program out of her church for kids.
This program is largely visited by new-immigrant children, many of them from troubled regions. They have serious problems with authority and uniforms, to the point of being frightened of police.
One of the events at this summer program will be a room intended for play in general, and which has been used in previous years for large game-like activities. She'd like to have a large, uniformed-authority-positive "floor game" of some kind hosted there this year. Fire and rescue, sinking ship, or something like that - a very short, simple board-type game played across the floor by multiple kids at once.
So she asked me if I have any thoughts. I said I knew a lot of game design folks, and I'd ask them what they thought.
So, game design folks: Got any thoughts?