With the background of the reflections of the philosopher Vilém Flusser about games on contemporary culture, and the mathematical theory of Constructionism of the educator Seymour Papert, the subject of this work, a doctoral research in progress, relates to the use of a new programming language in the development of design processes in architecture. Intends to examine and explore the similarity of this language with the definition of "open game" by Flusser, whose use seems to favor so-called participatory methods and collaborative work, in which the role of the individual project gives rise to an activity shared by several actors.