Video: Bringing 'play' to the streets of the Maldives
"I think subconsciously we were part of this social and political change. "
At GDC Europe 2013, Copenhagen Game Collective co-founder Patrick Jarnfelt reflects on creating playful events in the public spaces of a socially and politically tense Male.
In this free GDC Vault
session entitled 'Playmakers in the Maldives'
, he discusses the social and political climate the developers faced and the games designed for the project, including the latex waterproofing of PS Move controllers for Jelly Stomp
and (local favorite) banana costume wearing for The Hunt for The Yellow Banana
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