Tiny Games for Work

Tiny Games for Work

Osprey Games
  • Author: Hide&Seek
  • Illustrator: Paulina Ganucheau
  • Short code: OSG
  • Publication Date: 20 Sep 2015
  • Number of Pages: 56
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Designed to give the maximum amount of fun for the minimum amount of rule-reading, Tiny Games for Work will let you find the perfect game for whatever situation you're in. All you need is this book, and the stuff that's around you. (Friends optional) Games for sticky notes and coffee grinds, games for dealing with customers and even games for working from home. Whether you're feeling creative or competitive, silly or energetic, we've got you covered. "It's like carrying around a collection of Victorian parlour games - except the Tiny Games take advantage of modern social settings and contexts. They're amusing, raucous and inventive” The Guardian

Biographical Note

Hide&Seek is a game design studio based in London and New York. Through a compelling combination of design, technology and cultural partnership, their work re-imagines public space as a place to play and spans multiple platforms: console, smartphone, browser, TV and street. The studio is founded on the belief that play is essential to our health, minds and relationships, and will play an increasing role in the civic culture of the 21st century. They create new games and experiences, curate and support the work of artists and designers through the Sandpit series, design and consult with global brands, and speak at events around the world. Hide&Seek are Artists in Residence at the Southbank Centre and recent partners include: Channel 4, BBC, Tate Modern, Warner Brothers, Royal Opera House, Hogmanay Festival and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Their work has been recognised by D&D, Creative Review, BAFTA, The One Show, Living Labs Global Awards and Guardian MEGAS. Founder & Director Alex Fleetwood won British Council Performing Arts Entrepreneur of the Year, and Development Director Margaret Robertson was named one of the UK's top games designers by Develop Magazine.Paulina Ganucheau is an illustrator, comic book artist and an avid lover of the Magical Girl genre. Born and raised in New Orleans, she has done work for many publishers including Boom! Studios, IDW, and many other small publishers. She currently illustrates Zodiac Starforce for Dark Horse comics, and Another Castle for Oni Press.

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