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Designer: Kevan Davis and Viviane Schwarz
Year: unknown
Players: 1+
Stuff required: None
Crew required: None
Preparation: None
Time required: Any
Place required: A town or city
Activities: Observation, wordplay
This is a playable game - it's finished, tested and ready to play.
This game is made available under an Attribution-Noncommercial Creative Commons licence. (What does this mean?)

A game of finding and following sentences in street signage.


This game is played with words which are printed on stationary objects in the urban environment: shop signs, posters, bus stops, parked vehicles, graffiti, and so on.

Look around you for a word that could serve as the start of a sentence, and walk to it. Your sentence has now begun.

Without moving from that point, look around for a word that could continue the sentence, then walk to that.

You can't use more than one word from the same sign. You can add punctuation for free.

Repeat until you've finished a full sentence, or until you are unable to continue it. Score the number of words in the sentence, or zero if you got stuck.

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