What’s the future of board games? Some students are making it connected

Zoe RomanoMay 27th, 2014


Fifteen students from Master degree of ECV Aquitaine  under the direction of Tazas Project - an artistic group run by Guillaume Beinat and Alexandre Suné –  created and shared with us a smart board game called “World War Web”.

The goal is simple: survive a computer virus that has infected your machine and, throughout the game, the player should build a strategy  to win this virtual war.

The game runs on Arduino and is composed by a screenprinted board connected to any mobile device plugged on a local WiFi connection. Take a look at the video:

2 Responses to “What’s the future of board games? Some students are making it connected”

  1. XKuei Says:

    I hope the project becomes open source afterwards!

  2. georgesdev Says:

    “World War Web” is the name of the game, not “Web World War”.
    Otherwise, that’s an interesting hybrid concept

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