Triennale Game Collection

Triennale Game Collection

Triennale Game Collection

La Triennale Game Collection è una mostra virtuale di videogiochi creati per la XXI Triennale che presenta l'approccio sperimentale all'interattività di alcuni dei più noti designer di giochi indipendenti del mondo.

I cinque artisti della collezione sono: Mario von Rickenbach & Christian Etter (Dreii, Plug & Play), Tale of Tales (Luxuria Superbia), Cardboard Computer (Kentucky Route Zero), Pol Clarissou (Orchids to Dusk), and Katie Rose Pipkin (Mirror Lake).

Ogni settimana per cinque settimane un nuovo gioco sarà disponibile nella collezione, introducendo nuovi esperimenti nella narrativa interattiva, nel puzzle, e nel gioco di esplorazione.

La collezione è curata dal game designer italiano Pietro Righi Riva e lo spazio virtuale in cui la mostra si svolge è prodotto dallo studio italiano Santa Ragione, creatori di FOTONICA (""Best of 2014"" AppStore).

[Settimana 1] Il Filo Conduttore di Mario von Rickenbach e Christian Etter (Svizzera), è una piccola storia su di un cordino che pende dall'alto verso il basso e si affaccia su una natura morta di oggetti delicatamente disposti.

[Settimana 2] LOCK di Auriea Harvey e Michaël Samyn (Tale of Tales, Belgio) è una piccola esplorazione dell'universo, come precedentemente immaginato in base a cosmologie che pongono la Terra, e quindi gli esseri umani, al centro dell'universo.

[Settimana 3] Neighbor di Jake Elliott, Tamas Kemenczy, e Ben Babbitt (Cardboard Computer, USA) è la storia di un'amicizia senza parole che si evolve nel tempo, situata in un piccolo domicilio sotterraneo e nel pezzo di deserto sopra di esso.

[Settimana 4] Glass Room di Pol Clarissou (Francia) mette in mostra le immagini e le sequenze animate dalla vita di Pol Clarissou. Le fotografie tremolanti proiettate su muri virtuali creano una narrazione che si evolve a quando il giocatore manipola il dispositivo.

[Settimana 5] The Worm Room di Katie Rose Pipkin (USA) è un gioco di esplorazione in prima persona, che consiste in una serie di serre in vetro senza fine che il giocatore può esplorare per le stesse ragioni per cui si visita un giardino botanico reale; per camminare, per osservare la bellezza, per imparare.

** Triennale Game Collection è progettata per iPhone 4 e superiori. NON è compatibile con iPad2, iPhone 4s, iPod touch quinta generazione, iPad terza generazione e iPad mini prima generazione.



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  • versione più recente: (5 / 5)
  • Tutte le versioni: (3,5 / 5)

Numero di persone valutate:27



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  • Beautiful
    by Nytraveler on 2017-04-19 at 1:23 AM

    Man, it's worth it for the Tale of Tales piece. […]

  • you don't get it
    by BlahBlahMera on 2017-03-29 at 11:26 PM

    i thought this was beautiful- maybe not in the gaming aspect, but in the art aspect, it was lovely !!!!! it wasn't meant to be a "game" more or less, it was just pure art, and if you can't appreciate that, then good for you. […]

  • Performance art, maybe, but not a game
    by jennifer626 on 2016-08-06 at 11:51 AM

    As other reviewers have indicated, keep your expectations low if you're looking for a game of any kind: point-and-click, platform, action, escape, RPG... None of it is here! That is, unless you include dropping one item very slowly towards another item to see if and how that item might change. Or, you want to explore a one dimensional world with no interactive features of any kind. I suppose one could call these works a form of art delivered in a new medium. However, it comes across as the product of five developers who just finished their first class in game production. I honestly do not see the value of this. […]

  • Boring and feels random
    by No-Okami on 2016-07-23 at 7:25 PM

    I'm sure there's a point... But if you can find it, then you have the mind of a god/dess. […]

  • I don't get it
    by buttercupps4 on 2016-07-17 at 7:17 PM

    The games are awkward and pointless. Not sure what they were trying to accomplish... […]

  • Pointless
    by LuanneCarrillo on 2016-07-06 at 3:35 AM

    Not fun at a […]

  • (UPDATED) Not quite as good as the first game
    by Idomt know ssssdkdk on 2016-06-26 at 2:09 AM

    The second game feels more like an interactive gallery,first game is definitely better! Let's hope the next game is better! […]

  • 🚨Please read before you buy!!🚨
    by ..Frogger77.. on 2016-06-24 at 12:07 AM

    This game as it says is a Game Collection. It is compiled with 5 unique games. Anyone who complains about this game got the wrong game, because this game is unique and really interesting. The game has great graphic, and the creators of this game really worked hard on this. What makes me sad is that only 5 games will be able to be played. I hope more games will be available. This game is awesome and I love it!!! […]

  • So boring
    by Fundddddddddddfddd on 2016-06-23 at 10:05 PM

    Just not good. All you do is pull a string […]

  • Beautiful and unique
    by GLaDOSSlayer95 on 2016-06-23 at 4:43 PM

    If you're looking for a fun little toy and are in a position to have the sound turned on, definitely give this a go. Don't expect excessive content like Angry Birds; it's simply a unique experience that breaks the mold of typical iOS games. […]

  • Interesting, but not really a game collection
    by Digital Apprentice on 2016-06-23 at 2:00 PM

    Attractively presented and well crafted this collection isn't a set of games as it is a set of interactive art pieces, a virtual "busy box" for the iPad set. You get to pull on things and twist dials and are rewarded with sounds and movement. In the most abstract sense you can say that is essentially any video game but with little to no structure they you don't really "play them" so much as "play around with them". The first two items of this collection offer little incentive to give them more than a passing glance and move on, there is some hope for a bit more from the later elements when they are released. […]

  • Dislike
    by Talal Al-Abdallah on 2016-06-23 at 12:58 PM

    I did not understand this a […]

    by Onliner8,00000 on 2016-06-23 at 11:25 AM

    This game is a wast of time. […]

  • Lame😰
    by poop stupid dummy on 2016-06-23 at 5:51 AM

    It was very boring I felt like I was playing a game for 4 year olds I think it's a waste of your time and I only liked one thing , it was beautifu […]

  • So SO boring
    by Moisterman64 on 2016-06-23 at 4:33 AM

    Well I just wasted 30 minutes of my life playing this. It's SO BORING. I don't suggest u download unless u wanna waste space on ur devic […]

  • Looks good....but not finished
    by Is it Blue or Gold? on 2016-06-22 at 9:45 PM

    This game looks great. Really. But it is lacking in games. […]

  • Artistic yet boring.
    by Megan Morton on 2016-06-22 at 7:33 PM

    Although artistic there is only 1 playable game, and in the game you pull a ball on a string... That is all... […]

  • Useless
    by Pizdosul on 2016-06-22 at 7:20 PM

    This is not the even a game, the paintings are great, but it's one of the lamest things I ever saw. […]

  • What is this?
    by DarthLuke2019 on 2016-06-22 at 2:27 PM

    This is literally the most boring game of all tim […]

    by Carl1071 on 2016-06-22 at 1:19 PM

    nice graphics but it's so boring […]

  • Boring
    by Justdoingthisbcihaveto on 2016-06-22 at 12:20 PM

    This "game" is painfully boring. The physics are non existent and I lost brain cells "playing" the first "game" […]

  • Boring
    by Dhzjgkznx on 2016-06-22 at 6:03 AM

    This is so stupidly boring that I don't think it's worth playing. I get that this is probably supposed to have deeper meaning than just the "game" (if you can even call it one) but it could at least be somewhat fun. This game so far (other than the graphics) is just straight up lazy with no real content to enjoy. The only reason that this isn't a one star review is because the graphics look alright and that it's probably supposed to be about more than just the gameplay. […]

  • Boring
    by Bob333456786347842688258832 on 2016-06-22 at 4:56 AM

    Not worth wasting time on […]

  • Beautiful
    by Minimanlixer on 2016-06-22 at 3:57 AM

    Good app, just expect a story not a game… […]

  • Simply stunning
    by Bloodblitz6121 on 2016-06-22 at 2:57 AM

    Meticulously crafted, gorgeous in its execution, this game transcends the boundaries of the traditional and reaches a level of depth and beauty rarely seen in a humble little app. Kudos to the team, and please keep inventing. […]

  • Lacking content at launch
    by howDT on 2016-06-22 at 2:22 AM

    This would be the equivalent of a modern art wing in a video game museum. Don't come in expecting to collect coins and save the princess, or command your squad to victory, or even solve a puzzle. This is very much an "interactive experience," which the more I think about it is what a video game is, technically. This app sure will surely challenge what a video game can be, but that is yet to be entirely seen—unfortunately the developers are unlocking one game at a time, with a few days in between each release and up to a few weeks for all the games to be available. I suppose that gives you time to reflect on the previous....let's call it "piece." The first piece, however, is devoid of any outright content and may just leave "gamers" completely underwhelmed. But despite my natural inclination to simply delete this app and move on, I gave the first piece some serious thought. I suppose it's mundaneness is the point—the feeling of "ok, did I even do anything just now. I just tapped on some stuff/pressed some buttons/moved things around and it was pointless" should be an appropriate feeling to have after many games I've played, especially on mobile where beautiful storytelling and compelling visuals are hard to come by, let alone in combination. It was sort of a subtler, less engaging Stanley Parable, with even less to do. How much of a sense of accomplishment should we allow ourselves to have with certain games, and how much of gaming is a complete waste of time? And can we tell the difference? […]

  • Are you serious Apple?
    by Tokyocandies on 2016-06-22 at 12:25 AM

    Feature this in "new GAMESALAD we love"? Really?! The design is nice (although confusing) but this is not a game, this is barely an advertising app, it's barely an app at all. It's not art, it's a nothing, just like the so called "contemporary art", which is probably contemporary, but surely not art. Cut the crap pleas […]

  • Boring
    by BUBBYNATOR on 2016-06-21 at 8:10 PM

    Nothing to do except for pull a string. […]

  • Stunning!
    by SuperShoeDiva on 2016-06-21 at 2:28 PM

    There are five games in this collection and at this writing only one has been released with the rest coming out over forthcoming weeks. The first game is a still life of objects that may or may not interact with a ball and cord. All items are beautifully rendered! […]

  • Interactive short film
    by Wjulfig on 2016-06-21 at 12:05 AM

    The first game, "the rope one", is more like an interactive short film. It's puzzle-like and rewards curiosity. There are some genuinely fun moments. Has a very dada/surreal vibe! I am looking forward to the next one. I guess it will update in a week? […]

  • Beautiful but kind of boring
    by Teamraspberry on 2016-06-20 at 8:51 PM

    To call the first game a game is a stretch. There's not much for you to do as the player. It really is just a visually beautiful story about a still life that you can interact with a little bit. Even so, the graphics were nice and the quietness is relaxing once you stop expecting to play a game. Interested to see the next in the series. […]

  • Nice
    by Case555 on 2016-06-19 at 9:05 AM

    Although I do not understand the concepts to the games, I am still rating it four stars because of the amazing quality, that includes such a vivid experience. Overall, I cannot wait till the next game! […]

  • Not a game
    by Hccucdhchcxyc on 2016-06-18 at 3:46 AM

    Some bs advertising […]

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La collezione è completa! Il quinto e ultimo gioco, “The Worm Room” di Katie Rose Pipkin è ora disponibile.
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iPhone App [Triennale Game Collection] Altri dettagli

  • Produttore di vendite:La Triennale di Milano
  • Data di rilascio:2016-06-16
  • Versione:1.8
  • Prezzo:Gratis


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