Go to Group section to learn more about joining a group.
Playing with friends is a lot more fun! But don't worry, you can still play solo if you prefer.
There are different challenges for different levels and categories to fit a range of needs and preferences. Everyone is welcome!
Start riding and have fun! When you bike, Emission will make sure your well deserved points are computed automatically. No data input hassle!
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Check to see if you have already received an invitation via email or other social media. If so, just click on the link to join. Note that the link gives permission to join the group, so be careful about resharing.
You need to sign into the game to join a group and participate in a quest. You can choose any username that you like - we autogenerate an email address and password for you using http://dinopass.com.
If you haven't received an invite yet, you can create a group.
And invite friends by sharing an invite link using a choice of channels.
No matter which route you take, you will end up with a group whose members you can see from the party tab. Now you are ready to start a quest. The goals screen in the app is focused on monitoring status, so we will do this using the web app
You login to the webapp using your autogenerated email and password, visible from the phone app. As always, you can save them to avoid re-entering.
When you log in for the first time, you have no points, no gold and a default avatar. Check off the "Join Habitica" task to get 6 points and 1 gold coin. You can also check off other manual tasks like inviting friends to get more gold.
Now you need to find a quest scroll. Scrolls are available under Inventory -> Quests. We assume you want to use our carefully crafted bic2cal specific scroll chain. Buy the Pollution's retribution scroll with your gold coin.
Now, go back to Social -> Party and start a quest with your recently purchased scroll. For more details on how quests work in habitica, you can read their exhaustive documentation.
Can you get your travel to be ɛ-optimal? Short trips (< 5km) are eminently walkable and bikeable, and around campus, faster than driving. This reward function discourages deviations from this optimum, with a simple linear benefit for longer trips.
Not sure where to get started? This challenge lists baby steps to get started, from tips on choosing a bike, to recommendations on increasing visibility. Complete your first solo ride and ace the challenge!
Like to be challenged? This challenge starts slow but unlocks new goals as you level up. How far can you go as the going gets tough? See your position on the leaderboard and find out!
Increase biking to campus and Zero Emissions Trips. Pick the days that work for you to walk or bike to campus, and we'll see whether you met your goal. The more days you commit to, the more points you get, but beware, broken promises cost you points.
E-mission's goal is to enable personal and structural shifts to sustainable transportation through a smartphone application that collects mobility data and provides users with insights about their travel patterns.More information
Don't worry about having to manually input data. Your trips will be recorded automatically.
when you engage in sustainable transportation, your avatar automatically gets points and rewards, which you can use to buy equipment, feed your pets, and fight monsters with friends!
With the aggregate data that we collect, city planners can plan and implement improvements faster and cheaper.
Get insights into your transportation patterns and learn more about how you can improve. The dashboard displays a summary of your data for the past 7 days.
More of a graph person? Look at both your individual and the aggregate data using our metrics. You can filter by date, transportation mode, and metric (number of trips, distance, median speed, and trip duration).
You can use this tool to plan your commute, or simply to learn more about your travel patterns. In addition to the map, you'll find lots of information about your most common trips and places.