Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Print & Play
This game is meant to be played in a large physical space with six players. There is a minimal set of game pieces required, all of which can be simply made at home, and all actions and movements are accomplished using the capabilities and limits of the player's bodies. In the game, there are three German spies, one on each of three islands. The German team wants to retrieve their spies, and the British team wants to capture them.
This game is inspired and very loosely based on The Battle of Jutland, a WWI naval battle. The title refers to the Germans as Gerry and Game Won because of the contention about which side actually won the battle. Don’t read too much into it.
- Completely free!
- No digital or specialized hardware needed!
- Either print out or craft the simple pieces required!
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Awards & Recognition
- "Bit Bash, Official Selection" Chicago, IL, 22 August, 2015
Gerry Game Won - Print & Play
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Jerry Belich is an alternative game designer, using hardware, electronics, and software to create immersive interactive and storytelling experiences. He went independent in 2013 after a decade of professional software development, now consulting for other indies and companies in game design, narrative writing, and installation work. His first hardware project, the award winning Choosatron, has traveled all over the world, featured at dozens of events, and sparked imaginations all along the way! He plans on continuing creating his own inventions and games, and hopes to help many others to do the same through his talks, workshops, and being open about his own work.
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