Festival for Playful Public Spaces

Sushi Hands

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Together with your friends make sushi with your hands and try to win a "private dinner" with a fellow player. Sushi gestures require multiple hands from different participants and the fun is trying to form the correct gesture in a limited amount of time. Can you keep up and win together with another player?

Original Concept by Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen, Lau Korsgaard & Martin Nerurkar

How physically comfortable are you with the people around you?

Format: Game

  • October 03, 2014 16:30 – 22:00
  • October 04, 2014 11:00 – 20:00
  • October 05, 2014 11:00 – 17:00

Martin Nerurkar (DE)

Martin somehow managed to combine his passion for video games with his architecture degree. Currently he lives a double live as a freelance game and interaction designer by day and independent game developer (for Sharkbomb Studios) by night. He's also co-founder of the German Indie Developer community Indie Arena and the Game Culture Club discussion group.

Turtle Wushu Challenges

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You might already know TURTLE WUSHU, the super simple real-time Ninja Joust-style dancing-fighting game with the turtle on your hand. Carry your little plastic turtle on the back of your hand and prevent it from falling- but do not hestitate to drop down other people’s turtles!

But besides WUSHU, what else can you do with a little turtle? Or: Is there anything you cannot do, anywhere you cannot go with your turtle? Accomplish our brandnew single/dual and multiplayer-missions for people and turtles.

Collect the cards and become a real turtle expert! Go to the Infocounter and get your cards!

Is there anything you cannot do with your little turtle?

Format: Game

  • October 03, 2014 16:30 – 22:00
  • October 04, 2014 11:00 – 20:00
  • October 05, 2014 11:00 – 17:00

Invisible Playground (DE)

invisibleplayground.com @InvPlayground

Invisible Playground creates site-specific street-, audio- and transmedia-games for cities games for cities using social dynamics, technical infrastructures and physical architectures. The team of six artists, designers and scientists highlight the everyday playgrounds and makes cities become platforms for playful experiences. Invisible Playground are Jennifer Aksu, Daniel Boy, Josa Gerhard, Anna Hentschel, Christiane Hütter and Sebastian Quack.