Cathedral-in-the-Clouds is virtual diorama by Tale of Tales created to contemplate ancient religious themes in real-time 3D. The project is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.
Created by Romain Cazier at ECAL, Rec All is an interpretation of the geometrical style puzzle games, widely popular on mobile. Taking some of this genre’s features, Romain designed a singular universe, where strange creatures with a cyclic behaviour are generated from a simple gesture.
Created by Patrick Smith (Vectorpark), Metamorphabet is an all-ages animated (English) alphabet for the iOS. Poke, prod, drag, and spin the letters of the alphabet to reveal surprising and luminous transformations.
Moonman is a procedurally-generated adventure game for PC, Mac and Linux looking for support via Kickstarter.
Created by Michael Frei, Mario von Rickenbachthe and the Zurich based Etter Studio, Plug & Play for iOS invites you to explore the feelings of anthropoid creatures that go beyond sexuality and reproduction: love.
The following is a collection of experimental mobile apps by interactive developer Devine Lu Linvega, created using openFrameworks.
Di-Dah-Dit is a telepresence device that takes the form of two distant objects connected. Two players face each other and manage the progress of a ball balancing on two rails.
Future Unfolding is a new game by Berlin based game studio Spaces of Play. It is a role playing game where each play-through allows you to experience a new and different layout and find your own way to the goal.
RIOT by Leonard Mechiari is a game designed as a riot simulator to tell the story of conflict and social unrest, soon available for PC, Mac, iOS, Android and OUYA.
Eliss by Steph Thirion gets an update. Not revolutionary, nor a re-write, simply perfect – just as the first release was.
Part game, part visual experiment, 577Rhea is the latest from André Sier. You are your planet’s last hope and you have to time-travel through blackholes with primordial essences to prevent the inevitable collapse of your home.
Kris Temmerman’s house/office has a store window that he tries to make use of as much as possible. In the past he built projections but really wanted to make something interactive so he made an old fashion arcade box anyone can play.