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Playmakers in the Maldives
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Playmakers in the Maldives
Patrick Jarnfelt | Developer, Copenhagen Game Collective

Location: Congress Saal 3
Date: Tuesday, August 20
Time: 18:05-18:30
Track: Independent Games Summit
Format: Session
Vault Recording: Video

Playmakers in the Maldives is a collaborative project where game designers from different countries were invited to the Maldives to work with key artists, thinkers and organizers to create playful events in the public spaces of Male. One of the founding members of the Copenhagen Game Collective and a collaborator in the Maldives Playmakers Project, Patrick Jarnfelt, will tell about the experiences of designing games in the streets of Male, post the military coup of February 7, 2012.

Patrick Jarnfelt | Developer, Copenhagen Game Collective
Patrick Jarnfelt is a game developer that has been active in the indie gaming scene in Denmark. He is currently working as a freelancer for various Danish indie game companies and is the co-founder of Knap Nok Games and The Copenhagen Game Collective. He has organized a myriad of game-related events, including the first Play Festival in Copenhagen; w00t, focusing on all type of play, urban games, physical games, board games and talks etc. Patrick is interested in the interplay between the physical, virtual and social space and how to enhance the player experience through nuvelle gaming interfaces. As a consequence, he has created games with Move controllers that use no screen, Kinect games where physical interaction between players is key, games with magnets, brain scanners (EEG), muscle sensors (MMG) and bikes etc.

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