It's a sweet web-based game called Blocks and Lots, and its focus is rearranging symbolic neighborhood zoning blocks until all stakeholders are happy (or at least, not miserable). I could see it as a great teaching tool for the basics of zoning, and for demonstrating the complexities of planning projects with their many affected stakeholders and constituents. Here's a link to the creative folks who made this project, lead by the Esperanza Community Housing Corporation. Check out the screen shots below for the look and feel of the game. Super cute, right?