Are you the puzzle solving kind of type? Do you believe in the power of teamwork when you are facing an imminent danger? Well, then you are the perfect candidate for the Human Frontier experience. Human Frontier is a cooperative street game for 10 players, in which your goal is to defend your country from a sudden threat, by forming an impenetrable net of people, strong enough to protect Poland’s boundaries. Paired and tied together with a specialized rope belt, players have to find their unique spot on the map, while a remote voice, acting as an authority which no one really recognizes, gives them specific orders to follow. Time is also not on your side, so be careful!
But in the end, who are we hiding from?
Marilena Agathou is a visual communication designer. She has been working several years in the Advertising and branding industry. Human Frontier is her first game design project, but definitely not the last. Her analogue origin is Corfu and her digital is Karvounolaggas. Always in the search for new creative lands, Marilena will soon launch her own line of designed products.
Elina Roinioti is a sociologist, a game designer and a Research Associate at the Laboratory of Digital Creativity of the Department of Communication, Media and Culture of Panteion University. Her field of research is online games and her field of action is game design. She has organized and designed several educational and scientific events and she has presented her work in five game festivals.
During Playpublik, Elina is collaborating with Katerina Koulouri.