A research game is an alternative method combining research with an outdoor game. This combination makes the survey more interesting and fun for the participants. Residents walk along themed routes through the neighbourhood and, at each specific point, are asked a question or given a task about their perception of the place they live in. Different age groups can take part in the game. Each of them sets its own route on a given topic – this way, we get to know the neighbourhood from the perspective of different people with different preferences and experiences. The knowledge gathered thus needs to be interpreted by people experienced in qualitative research. Wandering through a neighbourhood while completing challenges is fun, so the data we get, apart from route maps, is often in the form of impulsive answers, loose impressions and chaotic materials. In order to use them, they need to be subjected to a qualitative analysis to establish certain regularities and concrete phenomena.