|Designer:||Goldsmiths MA Design Students|
|Stuff required:||each player should have a digital camera/camera phone. A disguise is also fun if you are playing with people you know well, although not essential.|
|Time required:||One hour.|
|Place required:||Fleet Street (or any busy area of London)|
|Activities:||Running, hiding, photography|
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|This is a playable game - it's finished, tested and ready to play.|
|Attribution-Noncommercial Creative Commons licence. (What does this mean?)|
You are paparazzi photographers, each eager to prove yourselves worthy for a job opening at a newspaper office on Fleet Street.
Your task is to secretly photograph the other members of your group, using stealth and cunning (hiding in coffee shops, travelling on buses and wearing disguises are all allowed) - without being photographed yourself!
The mission begins at a set time, with no meeting up beforehand. You have an hour to complete the task. The first to capture all the other players on camera wins the game!
Everyone is equipped with a camera and a map of the area. You should not travel beyond the boundaries of the playing area.
For your photo to count, it must be an identifiable shot of the person. Photos from a distance and from the back are allowed.
Time limit = 1hour
You can communicate by phone or text during the game. Once you have 'captured' one person you don't need to capture them again. This may lead to small groups being formed to chase down the remaining photographers - it is up to you whether to allow this or not!
Watch a video made by one of the players: