Johann Sebastian Joust is a no-graphics, digitally-enabled playground game designed for motion controllers.
Try to jostle your opponents' controllers while protecting your own. The goal is to be the last player remaining. When the music — J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concertos — plays in slow-motion, the controllers are very sensitive to movement. When the music speeds up, the threshold becomes less strict, giving the players a small window to dash at their opponents.
Fri 17:00-21:00 Eingangsfoyer Sat 12:00-20:00 Eingangsfoyer Sun 12:00-17:00 Eingangsfoyer
Die Gute Fabrik is a small games studio based in Copenhagen and New York City. We take classic play forms from the past - be they physical folk games from the playground or adventure games from old consoles - and breathe new life into them with 21st century technology and our own sense of style and storytelling. We strive to develop games that are hand-crafted, synaesthetic, offbeat, and above all, personal.
Die Gute Fabrik is German for “The Good Factory” - the studio sits atop a cliffside overlooking the majestic fjords of Denmark.