Posts Tagged ‘social games’

Ah, I’ve mentioned Conspiracy for Good before – the Tim Kring games thingy around London – but I’ve just been swapping emails with The Londoneer, and he reminds me that there’s another event tomorrow, this time in Brick Lane. Once again I’ve scheduled a holiday while all this stuff is going on (I’m off to […]


Christ! I almost missed this, and it’s right up my strasse: a festival of play this weekend on the South Bank. Brought to you by the good people at Hide&Seek, it’s a three-day thingy (yesterday, today, tomorrow), where folk get to try out new social games and playful experiences. Most of it is free, to […]


Accomplice

09Jul10

Would you Adam and Eve it? The night after I blog about Tim Kring’s Conspiracy for Good, I meet a chap called Tom Salamon, who’s also doing a social games/storytelling thing in London. In fact, Tom’s show, Accomplice, has been around for a while. It launched in New York in 2005 and has also had […]