1. What is Snake-a-doo?
  2. What made you come up with this idea?
  3. Can you briefly share some numbers related to “people dying due to snake bites, types of snakes, the density of snakes in different areas within India, snake deaths, impact on food chain etc…
  4. What was the process of making it? Initial iterations, user testing (🙂) getting it verified with experts, and more? How did you adapt to tribal areas and villages?
  5. How and why did you pick on these 4 main venomous ones? And which are the other snakes that are non-poisonous
  6. What modification have you made to traditional snakes and ladders? What were the challenges?
  7. Seems like you have added a few things like points and notes along with rescue kits. Tell us some bits about it
  8. Why did you decide to make it on cloth and not a board or any other material?
  9. Seems like it’s not just for kids. Who can / should play this game?
  10. Why did you make it in 3 sizes and 3 languages? Have you used local names for snakes?
  11. Can it be replicated by locals and regional people?
  12. How has the response been so far? How close we are to the Mission Zero Snake-bite Death. Is it possible?