Hubbub has gone into hibernation.

Games we ran at NU Grounds

On a scorch­ing­ly hot Sat­ur­day after­noon sev­er­al agents of Hub­bub descend­ed on the Utrecht area of Lei­d­sche Rijn to run a num­ber of phys­i­cal social games at the NU Grounds fes­ti­val. We played a mix of games designed by stu­dents of the Utrecht School of the Arts and games tak­en from the excel­lent Ludoc­i­ty web­site. I think it’s safe to say a lot of fun was had by all. I was par­tic­u­lar­ly impressed with how well a local shop­ping mall (quite the tame affair) lent itself to a game of Stalk­er. Scroll down for a brief impres­sion. For more pho­tos, have a look at this pho­to set. Many thanks to Cultuur19 for com­mis­sion­ing this short but sweet engagement.


Human Snake; a Ludoc­i­ty game for which we brought some cus­tom made pix­el fruit (guess the video game those were tak­en from…)


Stalk­er; a slight­ly sub­ver­sive game designed by HKU stu­dents in which, as you can see, no passer­by is safe


Snap; anoth­er HKU game in which you fight duels using good old snap wraps (remem­ber those?)


Pirate Ball; anoth­er Ludoc­i­ty game, dur­ing which one of our bats suc­cumbed to the many duels fought at first base

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