Game Over is an interactive art installation by Ana Colomer and Coder Dojo Ennis. It is a game at development stage that invites the player to walk in the shoes of a refugee trying to escape Aleppo and survive a perilous journey to safety. The player must navigate their way through falling bombs, raging seas, run from police with batons along a barbed wire fence, and navigate many obstacles. Chances of survival are minimal. Parental Guidance advised. Content may upset young, or sensitive children.

Act Info

8th July 2017
12noon – 5pm
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult


Free Event


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