Imaginary Skip Rope

Imaginary Skip Rope was created for GGJ15 for the theme What Do We Do Now? by Gavin Wood and John Shearer at Lincoln University.

This is game of Skip Rope is played with up to four PlayStation Move controllers. Two people spin the rope using the controllers lit red, while players in the middle (with white controllers) try to jump over the imagined rope. The rope is simulated on the computer and really exists in digital space.

We think this is interesting because unlike traditional Skip Rope our game is a little more forgiving, you don’t have to jump high unless want to, and best of all, you use your imagination.

As players on both ends of the rope – we become an important part of the game engine. What do we do now? Do we play nice or do we go fast? Read more about our game on the GGJ17 website.