After having been interested in the world of p2p for a while I did a project with a niche of this. I explored best practise within giving products away for free. This was my final project at the Kaospilot school in Denmark. Following this project i am starting a blog and a company that will help companies figure out if they can make money by giving some products away.
Great Peter, I am eager to help in any way; we probably need several games/variants to introduce the concepts audiences at different levels of sophistication. My inspiration is the anti-monopoly game. See my notes here: http://freedomofscience.org/?page_id=21
As explained, I've spent considerable time trying to explain open source (hard enough) and then how these principles can be ported into biotechnology (seeming to fall on deaf ears of investors who can't understand how nonexclusive use of enabling technologies can build greater value for all). We can possibly use my existing 501(c)3 to raise $ for game design. I have not had time to recruit people and start the Peeropoly project since I conceived of it about 1 year ago.