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25 Sep 2011

Gallery: DiGRA 2011: Gamification, morals, mimes and a hungover LARP

The DiGRA promotional material seems to be obsessed with tongues The DiGRA promotional material seems to be obsessed with tongues

"Pillow Time", a game by Douglas Wilson - kind of like a cross between Twister and Rugby "Pillow Time", a game by Douglas Wilson - kind of like a cross between Twister and Rugby

This was an awesome installation. Those rocking things there, they control ... This was an awesome installation. Those rocking things there, they control ...

... those chickens on the screen there. The faster you rock, the faster your chicken goes. Amazingly, no casualties all evening. ... those chickens on the screen there. The faster you rock, the faster your chicken goes. Amazingly, no casualties all evening.

Doing the robot on the dance floor Doing the robot on the dance floor

Kid Koala doing his stuff at the opening night party. Kid Koala doing his stuff at the opening night party.

Dutch pro-wrestling in a real-life Streetfighter-stylee Dutch pro-wrestling in a real-life Streetfighter-stylee

Kid Koala started timing cartoon sound effects to the wrestling on stage behind him. This was hilarious and brilliant. Kid Koala started timing cartoon sound effects to the wrestling on stage behind him. This was hilarious and brilliant.

"Boiingggggg!" "Boiingggggg!"

"PANG!" "PANG!"

OK, study time. This is the main hall where the keynotes took place. OK, study time. This is the main hall where the keynotes took place.

Creepy cardboard box hand over the "chillout corner" Creepy cardboard box hand over the "chillout corner"

Martin from <a href="http://www.subcultures.nl">Subcultures</a> with an excellent selection of games Martin from <a href="http://www.subcultures.nl">Subcultures</a> with an excellent selection of games

Reiner Knizia and a winning glasses-bow-tie combo Reiner Knizia and a winning glasses-bow-tie combo

The board game panel. l-r: Me, James Wallis, Reiner Knizia, Douglas Wilson, Chris Bateman, Arman Servaes The board game panel. l-r: Me, James Wallis, Reiner Knizia, Douglas Wilson, Chris Bateman, Arman Servaes

 

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