Physical Video Games Let You Make One Move A Day

Physical Video Games Let You Make One Move A Day

Designer challenges people's obsession with instant gratification

Ross Brooks
  • 8 january 2015

Modern society puts a lot of emphasis on instant gratification, but one designer is trying to show people another way with a physical video game that only lets you take one move per day. Created by New York-based Ishac Bertran, Slow Games was inspired by classic games such as Mario and Pong. While most modern games require good hand-eye coordination and concentration, Slow Games puts the focus on memory, capacity of observation and patience.

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