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Di-Dah-Dit

Di-Dah-Dit is a poetic marble-based telepresence apparatus, in the form of two devices, distant and connected. Two players are virtually facing each other, together controlling the progress of…

Bonus Look

Bonus Look is a two-player game about reliance not on your companion’s ability to act, but on your capability to communicate. The player on the left is the…

Knock Stop Music

Knock Stop Music is a communication system that connects the two sides of a street. It re-appropriates traffic lights to invite passersby to play with their environment, creating…

In Tune

In Tune is a game for two players involving physical contact. Poses are shown on-screen, suggesting the players to reproduce them. But InTune is less about reproducing those…

Rhetoric can break bricks

Rhetoric can break bricks is a version of Tetris played with a vintage phone where you can use speech commands to move pieces. Basic commands are Left, Right,…

What Hath God Wrought?

What Hath God Wrought?  is a series of small games about the telegraph and its cultural and sociological impact in the 19th century. The game features custom hardware…

SpaceTeam

Spaceteam is a cooperative party game for 2 to 4 players who shout technobabble at each other until their ship explodes. Each player needs a mobile device (Apple…

Sentree

Sentree (previously Zumbie) is a game for two mobile devices, preferable a smartphone and a tablet. The players take two different roles, the shooter gets a device, and…

Taphobos

Taphobos is a gaming experience that puts you in a place no one wants to be; a dark, deep and dingy coffin. You’re running out of oxygen and your…

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is an asymmetrical puzzle/party game where one player in virtual reality must defuse a time bomb with the help of their friends in…

The Infinite Viking Quest II (Skål)

The Infinite Viking Quest II (or Skål, as the players usually like to call it) was created during the ZooMachines Festival 2014 in Lille. It’s a simple top-down…