Making Your Own Online Game

Making your own online game is fun but can be challenging. To start developing your own online game, you need to have some programming knowledge, skills, and tools.


P2L makes it easier for people who want to make their own online game. Our team of experienced developers and experts can help you make your game in 3 easy steps.


First, you have to answer these questions:


What kind of game will it be?

Who is your target audience?

Where is it going to be hosted?

Why are you making this game?

How are you going to make the game?


Secondly, decide on a game genre

  1. Strategy Game – A game in which strategy even more so than tactics is the key to winning the game.
  2. Military Game – A game in which two or more weaponized forces combat each other.
  3. Adventure Game – A game that involves an epic journey that the protagonist must survive. Treasures and obstacles are met along the way.
  4. Elimination Game – A game in which two or more contestants try to eliminate each other.



We can compare games by plotting points for each game on a 3D axis system, where the X axis represents the skill required to play a game measured on a scale from 0 to 100. The Y axis represents the luck component, also measured from 0 to 100. The Z axis would be game complexity measured from 0 to 100.



Using this 3D axis system we can compare games from various game genres such as Chess, Zelda, Uno, Valorant, and Civilization as depicted in the diagram below.



For a more exact breakdown of the 3 axes, we can assign values to each: one for skill, one for luck, and one for complexity. By doing so, the more basic games are revealed at the core of the 3D sphere. A game like Uno is a great example, as it is a game of low complexity that does not require much skill to play. As the skill level and complexity of the game increases, we start to see games like Chess and Valorant appear in the middle of the sphere. And finally, very complex games that require a lot of skill will appear in the outer circumference of the sphere.


After deciding which game genre you’d like for your online game, you need to consider how complex you want your game to be, the skills needed to play the game, and what percentage of luck is needed when playing. We need to consider these factors when making your game to help the players understand the concept and the goal of your game.


Do you have a game concept that you want to make a reality? Let’s get started making your own online game today! Contact us to start the design process.

Your Career


A lack of career growth is one of the top reasons why employees quit their jobs. Employees are promised career growth during the hiring process, but unfortunately, a lot of companies are not really willing to discuss or help their employees. 


How career growth improves employee retention:

According to BetterUp, studies show that employees who don’t have a clear way to advance their career path will leave their company for a new job. This makes sense if you think about it — few people want to keep the same title and salary level for years on end.  


The fact is, employees are always learning new things on the job. They might even be working on career development on their own time. And if you don’t recognize their growth with promotions or other advancement opportunities, employees may begin to feel underappreciated.


So, what can you do to support your employees’ career growth?


P2L’s Your Career online class can help you and your employees achieve success together by helping them excel and carve their own career path. This will also keep employees engaged and motivated.


Course objectives:


  • Reflect on their identity—what’s important to them, what they are good at, and what they like to do. 
  • Explore their reputation—how others perceive them and the impact of their reputation on the work they are attracting. 
  • Identify actions for minimizing the disconnect between identity and reputation and maximizing alignment.
  • Obtain ideas for building a vibrant, mutually beneficial “career community.” 
  • Prepare for career disruptions—unintentional or intentional.
  • Clarify their career vision and identify actions for making it happen.


Your Career can be run in one session or three distinct chapters, depending on your organization’s specific needs.


What’s now

  • This is about understanding key aspects of who you are, how you’re perceived at work, and how the difference between the two affects your career development. This chapter explores: 
  • Identity: What’s important to you? What are you good at? What do you like to do?
  • Reputation: How do others answer those questions for you and what kind of work are you attracting? 
  • Alignment: How do you bridge the gap between identity and reputation?


What’s next

  • This is the acknowledgment that, to get to where you’re going, you have to have a vision, you have to have a plan, and you have to have the right people around you. This chapter explores: 
  • Career Community: The five roles that everyone needs in their network. 
  • Networking: What it is and what it’s not for the short and long term. 
  • A Plan: Identifying steps for reaching your vision.


What if

  • This supports preparedness for when the inevitable change (either good or bad) happens. This chapter explores: 
  • Career Storytelling: How to envision your future and action plans based on your toolbox of accumulated skills and experiences. 
  • Resilience: How to move forward from career disruptions. 
  • Buffers: Ideas for creating distance and gaining perspective.


Career conversations can often be intimidating, but don’t let it impede your career growth. Your Career online class can help you evaluate your goals, prepare for contingencies, and create plans for your chosen career path. Contact P2L today to enroll.

Why is Performance Management Important?

Why is Performance Management Important


What is Performance Management?

According to Spice Works, Performance Management is the process of continuous feedback and communication between managers and their employees to ensure the achievement of the strategic objectives of the organization. 


The definition of performance management has evolved since it first appeared as a concept. What was once an annual process is now transitioning to continuous performance management. The goal is to ensure that employees are performing efficiently throughout the year, and in the process, address any issues that may arise along the way that affect employee performance. 


Performance management helps managers and employees see eye-to-eye expectations, goals, and career progress. It can also help managers adjust the workflow and recommend actions to help employees achieve their objectives.


Why is Performance Management important?


  • It creates measurable performance-based expectations
  • It develops specific job performance outcomes
  • It aligns employee’s goals with the company’s missions and goals
  • It facilitates constant communication between managers and employees
  • It helps employees feel valued at their job


Partnering for Performance Course


Managers often view performance management as being primarily the end-of-year performance review. In truth, performance management is an ongoing, year-round function. The annual review is merely the culmination of the performance conversations that have taken place throughout the year. In this course, managers learn how to:


  • Collaboratively develop performance goals
  • Provide feedback and coaching toward those goals
  • Review performance results


What will you learn :


  • Use a three-phase process to effectively manage performance
  • Assess employee strengths and development opportunities
  • Apply the SMART goal-setting formula
  • Help employees prepare for the goal-setting discussions
  • Apply follow-up techniques to ensure commitments, goals, and standards are being met
  • Apply a structured approach to conducting the performance review
  • Use language that focuses on development vs. criticism
  • Establish a safe climate for collaborative performance discussions
  • Apply collaborative techniques to create a two-way dialogue
  • Handle difficult performance discussions


Because performance management establishes concrete rules, everyone has a clearer understanding of the expectations. When expectations are clear, the workplace is less stressful and employees are more productive.


Contact P2L today!

5 Reasons to Play Elite Commander.

P2l’s brand new game elite commander is a soft skills workshop aimed at building practical real-life skillsets. This article will delve into 5 reasons YOU should play elite commander.


Don’t worry; we’ve got plenty of reasons. 

  1. Value.

While the gaming world offers inherent value in streaming, e-sports, and VR therapy, Elite Commander offers that same value in translatable skills. 


This game will teach leadership, conflict management, and problem-solving skills. All developed by the trusted course leaders P2L is known for. 


  1. Immersive Landscape.

Elite Commander takes place on a raging battlefield. You’ll be assigned the duty of protecting and leading your team to victory through your choices. 


Like the most popular games of the modern age, Elite Commander allows you to submerge yourself in its atmosphere. Therefore creating a unique, valuable experience.


  1. Unlockables.

Just like all popular games of the modern era: Elite Commander has a rewards system.


These rewards range from stylish cosmetics for your characters to checkered medallions as bragging rights. (Pre-Orders get a unique medal.)


Whether you’re playing Elite Commander in the classroom, workplace, or with your friends: these collectables will keep incentive fresh among your crowd.


  1. High-End Gameplay.

Developed on Unity by P2L’s experienced programming team, Elite Commander runs like butter. Before release, every frame, bug, and exploit has been carefully smoothed over. They are leaving no room for error or wrongful usage of the product. 


As far as 3D game engines go, Unity is among the best. 


  1. It’s Enjoyable.

So often will you find games with so much promise and sloppy execution. Elite Commander breaks that trend with a unique and enjoyable experience. 


We learn best when having fun, and take it from us; this game is FUN. You’ll be surrounded by three quirky characters, each with distinct personalities and learning styles. Learning to adjust your leadership style to match each member is rewarding enough, and that’s when we leave out the action-packed gameplay. 

Overall, Elite Commander is a fruitful experience for the classroom, workplace, and just casual learning.


(If you’d like to pre-book a free copy or arrange a custom version of the game for your school board or business. Contact us here.)

Elite Commander Beta Testing

After two years in development P2L’s highly anticipated leadership based game Elite Commander has officially reached beta testing. Elite commander is a game that both incorporates fast-paced shooter elements & relevant leadership skills into a cohesive package.


The P2L team has employed a slew of beta testers from different age ranges to play, analyze, and critique the game for further development. The utlization of this method helps game developers find bugs, inconsistencies, and make overall improvements to game health. 

Elite Commander Beta Testing Simulated Image

Elite Commander is P2L’s immersive new leadership game, one where you’ll learn relevant real-world skills in the confines of a fun, chaotic map. Your player will lead a team of three soldiers; a sniper, medic, and brute as you traverse a harrowing battlefield. You’ll have to rally your troops, and effectively work together to achieve success.

Play-testing elite commander is open to everyone, and those who participate will receive free in-game cosmetics. In a play-tester, we’d look for someone with an eye for good content, and a knack for constructive criticism. The process is designed to weed out any inconsistencies, bugs, and playability errors within the game itself. Most play tests last for at least 4-6 rounds, as the game development process is long and intricate.

If you’d like to contribute to Elite Commander Beta Testing, please let us know here.

It will be available to play on both PC and Mobile.

Problem Solving and Decision Making

Problem-solving and decision-making are like the two sides of a coin. They exist together yet have separate faces and need separate skills to tackle. However, they both have the same attributing factors.

These factors that result in a problem are lack of proper communication which runs both ways. Active listening and asking the right questions.

No matter what business you run, you go through situations of problem-solving and decision-making. In this leadership development course, you will learn to effectively lead people to solve problems and coach them to become clear decision-makers. With our customized learning management systems, you will now have the tools to deliver creative solutions for your everyday business problems.

There are four stages to learning the technique of effective problem solving and decision making.


Four stages of problem-solving and decision-making


Let’s take a deeper look into these four aspects of problem-solving and the decision-making process.


When there is a problem there is a cause that led to the problem. As a leader, the ability to anticipate a problem gives you an edge to tackle the situation ahead of time. Organizations have to therefore define problems, and outcomes, and create a goal statement that will guide employees to make decisions when needed. In larger companies, this cannot be achieved by one person. You need to have an open discussion with your employees, ask relevant questions and then define your problems and goals statement.  This is the first stage of problem solving and decision-making. When you take care of this stage, you can potentially prevent many problems from occurring in the first place.


At this stage, we know there is a problem on hand. It is essential that people with the authority to make decisions must be ready to roll up their sleeves to get to the root cause of the problem. There are several management techniques that can help you create a process map to break down the problem situation and analyze it in-depth to arrive at a solution. If you are unsure, ask us how at


Brainstorming will bring out the best creative solutions to any problem. So lay down the process map, and chalk out all the probabilities as a team. This collaborative stage of the exercise will help you identify solutions for not just the problem on hand but will help diagnose multiply roadblock scenarios and prepare you for success.


Team collaborating in problem-solving and decision-making


We like to call this a stage of taking charge. This is a two-step activity. The first part involves recording the process after going defining, analyzing, and identifying the problem. Documenting the whole process step-by-step for the benefit of the entire organization. Having historical data of what, when, and how will help in planning a future course of action.

The second part of this resolving stage is the most important of all, which is communication. Most problems occur due to a lack of communication. So, learning to covey the problem and solution is an essential skill for every member of the team.

Enroll in our problem-solving and decision-making course to learn these techniques in-depth. If you wish to customize these courses to meet your company’s specific needs, get in touch with


How to get a Custom Game for your Business.

With concepts like NFTs and the Metaverse peeking on the horizon, custom game development is the only logical way to stay on the curve. In this article, you will learn all about custom game development, including how to get a custom game for your business. 

Before we begin, let’s dive into the logistics of gamification. Over the last 20 years, the business has gone virtual. This includes WHMIS modules, training courses, and even remote work. With the prevalence of virtual reality and esports, we predict a drastic change within the next ten years. 


Melanie Subin, a director at New York’s future today institute, claims that a “large portion of people will be in the metaverse in some way” by 2030. 


This gradual shift to a virtual lifestyle tells how the corporate sphere will work in the future, similar to how workplace activities will shift into a comprehensive virtual formula. 


The custom game service offered by p2l is built around this inevitable shift. Our on-site programming team is readily available to assist you with creating a wholly unique experience—all achievable within a twelve-month timeframe. 


Under your direction, our programming team will develop a one-of-a-kind game for your company. Some prime examples include:

  • A multiplayer match to foster team morale and interpersonal relationships among your staff.
  • A slew of training seminars for both new and legacy employees.
  • Soft skills development in areas like public speaking & leadership.
  • A virtual world where actual-world performance will be rewarded with unique cosmetic items & in-game perks.


These examples are not limited, and given the opportunity, we’re sure your company will create a memorable experience for your staff. 


So, how do you get a custom game for your business?


You can begin the custom game development process by contacting us for a free quotation. We will immediately start the storyboarding and development process; you provide the vision, and we do the work.


It’s never too late to get ahead of the curve. Usher in the new generation with p2l, constantly growing, always thriving. 



Accountability means an obligation that an individual or team accepts to take ownership of. It is about taking personal responsibility for a job to be done. We can easily achieve this by simply showing up and doing the things that one has committed to. While doing so, we must trust our teammates and know that we can count on each other to get things done.

Why is accountability important?

For an organization to achieve its full potential, it is vital to build a healthy accountability culture across the board.

As a leader, do you face difficulty in getting your teams to showcase accountability?

If you answered yes to the above question, you have come to the right place.

You’ll notice that your employee’s job satisfaction levels increase when you let them own a piece. What does owning a piece mean? It does not mean that you are giving them ownership of your business. You are giving them the freedom to make decisions and making them responsible for their actions at work. Companies that adopt a culture of accountability have proven to improve their productivity by setting expectations and eliminating surprises for their employees.

Make your team accountable

How to build an accountability culture in your organization?

The transformation of your leadership style to accommodate an accountability culture might seem overwhelming at the beginning, but as you embark on this journey, you’ll notice that your teams have aligned with your company’s values and they have become more competent than before.

Let’s look at some of the key elements in shaping your company’s accountability culture.

Define Accountability

The first step in setting up an accountability culture in an organization is for leaders to have a clear definition of what, who, and how chalked out. There should be clarity on the expectations, what are the immediate goals and future goals, their timelines, how to measure growth, and ensuring that the resources to deliver are made available. If you don’t know how to define your company’s accountability culture, we can help you with it. Ask us how at

Discuss Choices

The next step in the path of nurturing an accountability culture in your organization is to have conversations with your immediate team members and employees at the designing stage. We can collate this by conducting surveys, and weekly or monthly meetings. Engaging your teams to know what will motivate them will help you establish an accountability relationship. Giving employees the needed autonomy to accomplish their tasks with a focus on company goals will lead to an increase in productivity.

Identify Obstacles

Then comes the most exciting part of the accountability culture-building process, which is tracking your company’s progress. Collect data to track employees’ understanding of the company’s objectives and their personal goals. Aligning individual growth with that of the organizations eliminates ambiguity and builds healthy employer-employee relationships. That brings us to the next step of communication through mentorship.

Offer Mentorship

It’s time to use the metrics and identify employees who need mentorship. Not having clarity on what’s next builds stress and reduces the ability to perform. Knowing where we stand in the game helps us to figure out our next move. Offer coaching to your executives from time to time so they clearly understand their responsibilities, thus making them accountable for their actions.

Offer mentorship to build accountability culture

Recognize Results

The ultimate step of inculcating an accountability culture within your teams is to recognize every small and big milestone of everyone in the organization. Peer elevation plays an immense role in keeping employee motivation in a healthy place, resulting in them taking ownership of their actions and consequences.

Send in your enquiries to know how you can build an accountability culture that’s best suited for your organization. Our team will be happy to equip you with the five-step model to create accountability within your teams.


Benefits of Learning Management System (LMS) for Business

In this digital age, it is essential for every business to have its own custom-made learning management system. Irrespective of the size of your organization, you can set up an LMS for continuous skill advancement of your employees. If you are a business owner looking to set up a learning management system for your staff, get in touch with us now! We can help customize a system that’s just perfect for you. If you are new to LMS, I am sure you are curious to know everything about it. Don’t fret, we got you covered.

What is an LMS?

Learning management system (LMS) in simple words, is a digital portal for training and development for employees of an organization. Unlike in the past, where training meant that learners come together in a classroom to gain new skills, now, LMS allows them to learn as they go using online programs with just a click of a mouse. These learn-on-demand sessions help employees gain the skills on the job and continuously.

LMS - Learning Management System

Why is LMS beneficial over traditional learning?

LMS has many advantages over in-class training. While training your employees is vital for businesses to grow. By setting up a customized learning management system, companies staff development objectives are met at a significantly lower cost as learning takes place online in a single software platform, thus avoiding all the expenses incurred at a physical venue.

How does LMS work?

We can incorporate training management systems into the company’s internal network. LMS delivers training via virtual classrooms, on demand videos, augmented reality, interactive courses, quizzes, games, and surveys. Since these courses are setup online, learners can choose to learn at their own pace and time, from anywhere, and on any topic of choice. LMS is gaining popularity with the increase in remote working environments.

What are some of the key benefits LMS can give your organization?

In no particular order, let’s look at the top 6 advantages of LMS for businesses.

Cost Effective

Workshops to train employees include expenses such as renting a facility, arranging for training material for participants, and taking care of the boarding and lodging expenses of the attendees.
Learning management systems are significantly more cost effective compared to traditional classroom training. Companies can totally avoid all the above expenses in a virtual learning set up, thus reducing costs drastically.

Time Efficient

Consider the increase in congestion in cities and the time lost in commuting from one place to another. It’s another story when employees travel between cities and countries to take part in training and development programs. The number of work hours lost will directly affect the productivity numbers.
LMS is available to employees at their fingertips on their laptops or computers. Further, microlearning programs allow learners to upgrade their skills with its bite sized curriculums. Lastly, on-demand learning allows people to learn the exact tech or soft skill that they are looking for at a particular time.

Flexible Learning Experience

Learning management systems allow learners to keep track of their progress in a chosen course. They have flexibility to start multiple courses at a time and learn as they go. Employees, irrespective of their location, receive the same content, which keeps the quality of the learning program consistent. And it keeps your organization unified because they use the same terminology and “speak the same language”.

Automated Data Capture

LMS, also referred to as the learning activity management system, collects and stores data for future reference. The system tracks progress, hours spent in learning, the number of completed and pending certifications, helps identify which skills employees are finding difficult/easy to learn and the feedback provided by the learners. These metrics aid in designing future learning plans that are beneficial for the company. Furthermore, this is a very useful tool for staffing teams to look up the employees with similar skills to fill in when needed, or to plan for the staffing of upcoming projects.

Engaging & Entertaining

Modern learning experience platforms referred to as LXP’s are gaining popularity with generation Z and it will continue to evolve with generation Alpha. With their intuitive UX designs, these new age learning methods make learning activity more fun and effective. Further, these learning applications allow learners to develop skills through simple short quizzes, simulation activities, and other virtual interactive games. Learning essential soft skills through P2L’s latest custom game – Elite Commander, is certain to enhance your businesses learning ecosystem.

Gamification - LMS
Gamification – A fun LMS for next generation

Encourages Employee Retention

Retention of employees is a challenge that most businesses suffer. Offering advanced learning platforms keeps them motivated to continue with your organization. WIIFM—‘What’s in it for me?’ is a question that’s posed upon every hiring manager and when companies have a LMS that offers skills a step ahead of their industry, it gives them the edge not only with hiring of new employees, but with retention as well.

If you’re thinking about pivoting your organization’s learning technology or perhaps starting an online learning system for the first time, think no further. Just send all your questions to


The Elite Commander Team: P2L’s Innovative Leadership Game.

 In p2l’s leadership game Elite Commander, you’ll assume the role of the team leader of a ragtag team of soldiers. This team will be your backbone in making it through the harsh game world. Not only does each member have a unique skill set, but also come equipped with their own quirks and backstory. Why don’t we cut to the chase and have you meet the team of elite commander.

Maria Picket (24), Female Sniper.

Trust us; You do not want to get caught within 500 metres of this bullseye baddie. 


Maria Picket will be your eyes in the bushes (that sounded better in my head) during your stay as team captain. With a near-perfect track record, her biggest regret remains the single-shot she missed five years ago.


This sarcastic sharpshooter is naturally rebellious and uniquely skilled at math and singing (don’t tell her we told you that). Her nature will test your leadership skills and may have you at odds with her time and time again. 


Be that as it may, Maria Picket is fiercely loyal to the people she cares about. A strong leader will maximize her potential both personally and on the battlefield.


Yao Wang (28), Gunner Infantry 1st Class.

Meet your pollen-sensitive, gold-loving gunner, Yao Wang. A bright strategist held back by his ego and impulsivity. 


At first glance, you’d think Yao Wang to be an industry-certified model. He’d love to hear that, half due to his self-absorption and a half due to his fashion industry aspirations. 


As the team leader, you’ll guide Yao Wang toward his full potential. Regardless of his erratic nature, a strong captain will capitalize on everything this member brings to the table.


His charm, influence, and persuasiveness will be valuable assets to your mission. Just keep him away from flowers, as they may have pollen, and Yao Wangs’ winged yellow enemies LOVE pollen.


Staff Sergeant Rob Furlong (28), Medic.

Meet the peanut-sensitive Mother Theresa of your crew, Rob Furlong. The only thing he fears more than spiders is being unable to save his comrades (that got dark).


Ever since he was younger, Rob Furlong dreamed of being a doctor. His kindness, compassion, and empathy will prove invaluable to your team. 

A natural statistician by heart, Rob is someone you’ll have to nurture during your stay as a leader. Validating his kind-hearted nature and tireless effort will allow him to shine like no other. 


Just make sure he has his EpiPen. 


You (?), The Leader.

The final, most essential member of the team is you.


As the leader of this band of misfits, you’ll be tasked with adjusting to their unique personalities.


The success of this mission is in your hands. Show that you have what it takes to lead your team through hell and back. 


This isn’t just a leadership game Reach your full potential, become a true Elite Commander.