three days of games and play on London’s South Bank
Playing In Public
", the Hide&Seek Weekender Conference
Games tagged as 'competition'
Ceremony of Surprise
Hubbub (Tim Bosje & Kars Alfrink)
You're organizing a surprise party but don't know for whom. Secure your share of the cake by finding out.
815 Agency and Gareth Briggs
A team game of creative cunning and whimsy. Harvest ribbons from the boughs of tree to create the longest human-ribbon chain possible, use your bodies and your brains to outstrip your competitors.
Competitive Sandwich Making
Test your skills in the ancient art of tessellating pieces of cheese to make the perfect sandwich.
Dancers With Wolves
Holly Gramazio, Hide&Seek
A four-minute game of dancing, deception and being torn apart by wolves.
Gargoyles draws elements from classic games Operation and Twister to play with the idea of comfortable distances between strangers.
Splash & Ripple
Incitement is a mass game of stealth, survival and surveillance where players are pitched against each other and The Authority to secure victory for their faction.
Johann Sebastian Joust
Die Gute Fabrik
A no-graphics, digitally-enabled playground game played with PS Move motion controllers.
Joshua DeBonis and Nikita Mikros
Two teams of swashbucklers, each led by a powerful queen, face off in this field game for up to 20 players.
Marek Plichta and Till Wittwer
Ordnungswissenschaft is a physical game in which four players are moving stacked boxes according to rigid instructions.
The Haberdashery Collective
Circle your opponents as you attempt to wend your way to the centre of the system, then escape with your prize.
Punch the Custard
Exactly what it sounds like - a game about being the best at punching a bucket of custard.
Guerilla Dance Project
Caressing smooth marble as never been this much fun. A dance experience meets sculpture park meets soundscape.
Avant-garde karaoke meets Asteroids.
Trump or False
Where your salesman skills are put to the test and memories are flogged and traded in a hyper-real stock market frenzy.
Arts Council England
South Bank Centre