Past Games

A simple game about wedding planning. Playable with a deck of ordinary playing cards and a pile of pennies. 2-3 Players
Prevent the armies from coordinating an attack from both sides by shooting down their cardboard messenger pigeons with cardboard arrows.
A multiplayer game about popping bubbles and catching their goodies in your baskets! Pop bubbles. Catch yummy fish. Avoid gross stuff. Try to beat the other player. Use an Xbox Gamepad to play.
Rituals of thought CAN be rewritten! It only takes conscious effort. Goal: Guide the energy dots to grow the GREEN path.
You're a conductor with your daily routine of checking tickets quite ritualized. One day you find a body. That's when you learn you're not the only one with a ritual.
It's playtime for little Josie! Like many toddlers, Josie's favorite game is to grab two of her toys and BASH them into each other.
A string of doomed travelers attempt to cross the desert wasteland. Only through self-sacrifice can even a single traveler survive. Die of thirst and accomplish nothing. Collapse from exhaustion however, and leave your precious water reserves for the next traveler. Will anyone survive? -------------------- Alternate Z and / keys to run a traveler across the desert. Water is consumed at a steady rate. When the travelers are hot (in the sun), extra water will be consumed by perspiration until their body temperatures can lower in the shade. -------------------- A traveler will die if all the water is consumed (blue bar on right) or upon collapsing from exhaustion. In the case of the latter, any remaining water will stay with the corpse. Upon replaying the game with a new traveler, the water can be consumed by stopping by the corpse. You may choose to sacrifice the traveler through over exertion and leave the water for future travelers to get further. -------------------- We evolved our concept by layering on aspects of meaning to the idea of a beating heart. First was the idea of a person having heart as an aspect of persistence, never giving up despite the suffering of their body. Second was the idea of the heart beat as a nascent expression of exertion. Third was the idea of sacrifice. In this case, travelers can chose to over exert themselves enough so that they expire leaving a lot of water in their remains for others to make the journey. Finally, a heart is intrinsically married to the concept of life. -------------------- Since our traveler passes through a hot desert terrain, water, an essential elixir of life, must be balanced with its use as a source of energy for the player. By reminding players of the need for something many of us take for granted, we are underscoring the plight of over 780 million people all over the world who lack access to clean water.