While I like the idea of soliciting help for finding examples, I think this particular example would fall under the category of "too broad."
As I see it, this relates to our lesson plan review thread. It could just be as simple as providing more context; the question itself is not inherently problematic. I'd just want to know things like:
- Is the goal game design?
- Is the goal understanding lists?
- What is the experience level of students?
- What is the context for wanting to know this? Teacher-led demo?
The issue to me is precision. With more context and background, this kind of subjective question can lead more towards good than bad.
It'd be good to form a list of helpful information when we get questions like this one, so we say, "To improve your question, please provide X, Y, and Z..." as in student ability, classroom context, learning objective, etc. Determining the key elements to making a "good subjective" question for teaching examples is our challenge here in meta as we form this community.