Tidy City goes TV

Some camera crews also covered our Tidy City mission at PLACCC in Budapest. In the first video you can see national celebrities Young G and Stereo 2.0 compete against each other while trying to solve a riddle. The second video is a more serious documentation of the game (skip to 20:44 for Tidy City).


PLACCC experiences

While Tidy City is still running today and tomorrow, we have already returned home and left the game in the competent hands of the local organizers. It was a great experience and I think we created an interesting mission that does not focus on the famous sights (of which there are plenty in Budapest) but rather on local events and unusual history. The mission is available in Hungarian and English, so you can also try your luck when visiting Budapest next time. It might be a good idea to get a local to help though as otherwise riddles like this might be tricky:

Do not look at the girl!

Last straw? Banking-replacement? Magic? While the ancient alchemists strived to transform base metals to gold, the well-known owner of this outlet transforms gold into Hungarian Ft and produces remarkably tasteful commercials at the same time. In some sense this represents the opposite of one of the figures in another riddle. Another possible hint: despite common sense the shop does not sell chess figures.

Here are some press reports about the game:
Budapester Zeitung (German)
HIR24 (Hungarian)
Nepszava (Hungarian)
Kulturpart (Hungarian)

We would like to thank the great guys from the PLACCC team again for inviting us and the great organization! Köszönöm!


Tidying up Budapest

Together with our Tidy City game designer Michael Straubig we are currently in Budapest and preparing a local Tidy City mission. With the great help of local dramaturg Kriszti Kovacs we have collected all pictures and GPS positions needed for the task and are now in riddle-writing mode.

Here is a sneak peak of one of the characters you are going to meet during the game:

The game will be staged during the PLACCC festival which features various site-specific performances and art in public spaces. You can play Tidy City from September 21st until 25th every afternoon, and we also provide you with smartphones. Our base is Cafe Jedermann in the 9th district.

So in case you are in Budapest, and in case you like to think on your feet (and walk on your feet) stop by and explore the city with Tidy City! 

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