Jenga creator Leslie Scott has recently taken to the stage at TEDxVienna to deliver a talk titled ‘When the odds are stacked against you, keep it simple’.
The session sees Scott reveal the surprising complexity that emerges when we play a game by a few simple rules, explaining why we find playful experiences not just fun, but profound and rewarding, and possibly instructive, too.
Check out the talk below:
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Whether the in-house team at a toy titan, or leading design at a thriving SME, this award celebrates teams working in Research & Development that have achieved extraordinary things over the last year.
“We are developing a game that will deeply resonate with Die Hard enthusiasts, incorporating even the slightest details to create a rich and entertaining experience that properly pays tribute to arguably the greatest action movie of all time,” said USAopoly’s Pat Marino.
“With connected play on track to increase nearly 200% in less than four years, combined with the exponential growth across augmented reality, voice and robotics, we will see more connected ways for kids and families to play, learn and genuinely have fun together,” said TechUp’s Valerie Vacante.
The grown-up games night will celebrate with a menu of Board Game Club favourites from the past five years as well as some newer titles.
Cocktails, networking and quizzing! Book your spot at Mojo Nation and The Toy Association’s Summer Party
Celebrating the opening night of DISTOY, we’ll be uniting the toy and game industry on Tuesday, May 28th for a night of networking, boozing and quizzing at London’s Jerusalem Bar.