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Tiny Games: Hundreds of real-world games, inside your phone.

A project in London, United Kingdom by Hide&Seek

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An app that gets you playing the perfect game with your friends: wherever you are, whoever you're with, whatever you're doing.
Backers: 1226
Average Pledge Per Backer: £25

Funded: £30,787 of £25,000
Dates: Mar 22nd -> Apr 13th (22 days)
Project By: Hide&Seek
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Latest News

Just 22 hours to go, & £3.5k to our next stretch goal...

April 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Tiny Games for Queues UNLOCKED! £3.5k to TINY GAMES FOR WORK!Ok everyone, it's the absolute home stretch. Today's the last day. By midnight LA time, our Kickstarter will be at an end...  Firstly, a big hello to all our new backers! So many of you... (Read More)

Stretch Goals Announced!

April 11th - via: kickstarter.com
£26,322, 47 hours to go!Well, we went and got some sleep just to be absolutely sure we weren't dreaming it up but it's true - we're funded! Tiny Games are going to happen! We have run out of different words for amazing. It's amazing.  And we're not... (Read More)

Thank You! We Did It! What's Next?

April 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Here follows a video from Hide&Seek founder Alex. It's been a long and emotional day. Just saying... If you'd like the non-video-ti:dr version, Thank You Very Much Indeed.You are an amazing lot and the love, energy and support you've given our... (Read More)

LESS THAN SEVENTY HOURS TO GO! Panic and a party...

April 10th - via: kickstarter.com
It's now less than SEVENTY HOURS from the end of our Kickstarter, and we're getting so achingly close... we're watching the percentage creep up, and the hours left creep down, and hoping and hoping. If you've got any friends who've been considering... (Read More)

We're three quarters of the way! PLUS: new guest designers

April 8th - via: kickstarter.com
So, we've got five days to go, and we're three quarters of the way to our target - that means we still have about seven thousand pounds to raise. We're excited and nervous and excited again and so grateful for all your help over the last couple of... (Read More)

The teatowel! The (first) t-shirt!

April 5th - via: kickstarter.com
It's time to look at some more rewards! If you've been hanging out desperately, wondering what the Tiny Games Tea Towel or the Tiny Games T-shirt will look like, wonder no longer. The tea towel is printed in full colour on lovely cotton. But of... (Read More)


April 5th - via: kickstarter.com
We're INCREDIBLY EXCITED to announce a new reward for the Tiny Games Kickstarter: a set of Drunk Dungeon cards and props, for all your game-at-a-party needs. Drunk Dungeon is the world's most ornate drinking game, designed by our very own Margaret... (Read More)

QUESTION: what should our fifth game location be?

April 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Guys, important question: WHERE SHOULD WE DESIGN TINY GAMES FOR? We know that - if we get to make the app, which is looking nerve-wrackingly touch-and-go at the moment - we're launching with five initial locations: the pub/bar; on a walk (country,... (Read More)

From not-playing to playing

April 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
We thought we'd take a peek under the hood of the Tiny Games design process today and share some ideas about how the app will actually work. We know from the experience of many, many events that getting people to start playing is an art. When we're... (Read More)

We're halfway! (almost) and we need your help...

April 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Call of duty: gaming's responsibility to Kickstarter

April 1st - via: wired.co.uk
Can the current Kickstarter boom continue and will the presence of established businesses affect our willingness to offer up our cash? (Read More)

Rewards - first images available!

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
We've got some mockups of the Tiny Games coasters and mugs to show you! They're not absolutely finalised - there might be some tweaks and twiddles before they go to print - but they're here, and we're really pretty excited. THE MUG! The mug features... (Read More)

Kickstarter roundup: MiiPC, Tiny Games and Popbitch

March 28th - via: guardian.co.uk
This month has thrown up three more Kickstarter projects that are of interest to Apps Blog. MiiPC, Tiny Games and Popbitch: The Next Generation are very different beasts, but apps are central to all three. (Read More)

Tiny Games playtest event, and other games that you don't have to wait to play...

March 27th - via: kickstarter.com
So, we've got 16 days left of our Kickstarter campaign, and if we make it, there'll be a whole lot of design and development before we actually release the Tiny Games App. But if that's too long to wait, and you're just itching to play something... (Read More)

App Heroes - Кикстартер дня: для Tiny Games весь мир – игровая площадка

March 27th - via: slon.ru
На Kickstarter началась кампания по сбору средств на приложение Tiny Games. Это сборник из сотен простых игр, в которые можно сыграть с друзьями в реальной жизни. Авторы проекта – небольшая британская студия Hide&Seek, специализирующаяся на проектировании игровых ситуаций в городской среде. Прошлым летом в рамках летнего фестиваля искусств они разместили по всему Лондону наклейки-рекомендации с 99 видами быстрых и несложных игр, способных скрасить скучную минуту или две. Акция пользовалась успехом, и теперь создатели хотят запихнуть рекомендации в ваш планшет или смартфон – и просят на это 25 тысяч фунтов. (Read More)

New Rewards Announced!

March 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, First, an enormous THANK YOU from the whole HIde&Seek team for being our first backers. You've got us off to a brilliant start - we're overwhelmed by your support and enthusiasm! Add to that the amazing coverage we've had in Penny... (Read More)

Hide&Seek seeks funding for 'Tiny Games'

March 23rd - via: wired.co.uk
Game design studio Hide&Seek wants to make an app that contains hundreds of quick, easy-to-learn games that you can play in public, and it's turning to Kickstarter to fund it. (Read More)

Everywhere you go, there are games: how Tiny Games wants you to involve everyone in play

March 22nd - via: penny-arcade.com
LATEST HEADLINES THE CUT Video game voice actors are the stars of today’s entertainment - so why aren’t they treated as such? THE CUT Treasures and traps on graph paper maps: the creative process behind Fire Emblem: Awakening FEATURE Forget boss fights, Deus Ex on Wii U has graphic improvements, new game play, and a strategy guide RELATED ARTICLES FEATURE Forget boss fights, Deus Ex on Wii U has graphic improvements, new game play, and a strategy guide PLAY Blood and glory in the (miniature) arena: how a Boston hobby shop made Pathfinder a PvP battleground FEATURE Dungeon Defender 2’s MOBA is improved by a lack of gear, faster game times and a third-person camera TINY GAMES Everywhere you go, there are games: how Tiny Games wants you to involve everyone in play There are posters scattered around PAX, and if you’re at the show you may have already seen one. Each one features the rules to a simple game, a game you can play with people you find and meet on the show floor. It could be a verbal game, or it could give you rules for lining up and fighting another group of three people like a turn-based Japanese RPG. Each game is simple, social, and designed to get people interacting. (Read More)

It's Fun Play in Public with Tiny Games

March 22nd - via: wired.com
Last year, a UK game and experience design agency created a series of small, quick-to-understand games that could be played anywhere. Those 99 local games are headed to the App Store if a new "Tiny Games" Kickstarter is successful. It is evidence of a continuing trend toward developing activities to promote social interaction. (Read More)

All the world's a playground: Tiny Games heads to Kickstarter

March 22nd - via: eurogamer.net
Game designers - particularly, you could argue, those who are eyeing up Kickstarter - have always been interested in the money in your pocket, but there's a moment towards the end of the pitch video for Tiny Games when the precise nature of that interest gets a little weird. Sarah Butcher, a producer at Hide&Seek, the company that's making Tiny Games, suddenly grabs a handful of loose change, holds it up to the camera and then asks you to try and guess at the figure it adds up to. Estimating the cash you carry around could be a game, she suggests, and you could grade players on how close they get to the correct answer. (Read More)

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