Tabletop Football Goes Mobile

Tabletop Football Goes Mobile
Matthias Weber
  • 26 june 2008

pyWuzzler is a tabletop football game developed by a couple of students from FH Hagenberg in Austria. The game runs on Nokia N95 devices using the handsets acceleration sensor. The aim of the game is of course to score as many goals as possible within two minutes, while it concentrates on the head-to-head match between the attacking player and the goalkeeper. The interesting thing here is that they took the motion of your wrist from playing a real-life tabletop football match into the game interaction.

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