Our first play of the game, designing as we went, resulted in us finding the elements we were missing, and exploring new ways to use games as a way of engaging people - thanks to @fatesofort for helping with initial ideas
Every board game needs a map, and ours is going to focus around a new infrastructure for the city and how other elements feed off that
We are currently designing a game for Anchorage Design Week alongside @anchoragemuseum and @seedlabanchorage to discover the Futures Possible for the city and the state. We began designing with objects we found in the office, which each represent a theme of a Future Anchorage
The Caman (Shinty stick) would be made from any piece of wood with a hook in it, hence caman, from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic word, cam meaning bent or crooked.
Tarzan’s collection of Scottish Shinty Trophies spans over 20 years.
What a pleasure it was meeting Shinty legends for the Shinty Memories Camanachd project. This is Dave ‘Tarzan’ Ritchie, winner of the Camanachd cup 12 times, Scotland’s most prestigious shinty trophy.
*SOUND ON* 3/3 We’ll be heading into towns and schools very soon to gather ideas and thoughts on the future development of the park. In collaboration with @collectivearchitecture for Strathclyde Country Park
*SOUND ON* 2/3 Stevie - Any new change, any new development, we’re ready for it. And we will help you to develop this country park in to something for the future.
*SOUND ON* 1/3 Thank you to Stevie for sharing his thoughts on the the development of Strathclyde Country Park. In collaboration with @collectivearchitecture for Strathclyde Country Park.