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The probably slowest game of the world

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Current video games are fast, have great graphics and often complex storylines. The designer Ishac Bertran took a different path and developed Slow Games. One move a day – that is the frequency of the game.

The little box with digital display is controlled through a button or toggle switch – depending on the type of game. Goal is to create various patterns. It can be compared with classics like Pong and Mario. The result of a move can be seen the next day earliest. This not only trains the memory but also capacity of observation and patience.

Get a first impression of Slow Games in this video.

Slow Games from Ishac Bertran on Vimeo.

 

More information on Slow Games on the official website of Ishac Bertran.