We were lucky enough to be invited by GEEK Margate to bring a couple of pieces from the Science Village Fete to the Maker Extravaganza run in the Science Centre Singapore for the 40th Anniversary of Maker Faire. The Science Centre were great hosts and have a brilliant museum chock-full of brilliant physical exhibits. We ran Space on Earth and the Gravity Game bilingually for the first time, in English and Chinese, and met Makers from all around the world.
On 1-2 July we were in Skegness as part of the wonderful SO Festival, with not one but two different games.
With these games – one physical, and one digital – we explored two different aspects of Skegness: the physicality of the town itself, with all its fascinating corners; and its history, full of museums built in shipwrecks and experimental amusement arcades and daredevils and all sorts of peculiar entertainments.