Mars Colony

Team-player game for children that is played in a park or forest by using ropes to connect players and trees. The trees supply the players with oxygen which is needed to survive in the mars environment. The goal is to build a colony expansion by transporting resources from boxes to their destinations without disconnecting from the oxygen. There is a time limit in which the mission needs to be completed.
Jam year: 
2018
Platforms: 
Non-digital game (board game, card game, physical game, sport, etc.)
Tools and Technologies: 
Tabletop Technology
Technology Notes: 
ropes, trees, wooden parts, chairs, human bodies, strings
Installation Instructions: 

Number of players: 4-20
Recommended number of players: 7-15
Age: 5+
Recomended age: 7-10, 30+

Game field varies based on number of players and average tree distance.
Optimal area to play for 10 pleayers: 50m x 50m, with average tree distance of 7 meters.
If average distance between trees is shorter, then area could be smaller.

Credits: 

Olivia Harmon

Konstantin Petrukhnov

Jammers and voluntiers participated in playtest.

Game Stills: