From the beginning of human history, our species has engaged in social play and storytelling using the materials and technology of our time.
By stones in finger-marked sand, carved pieces on wooden boards, cubes of bone, printed paper, toy soldiers of metal, sculpted plastics, and pixels on screens; always we’ve come together in discovery, competition, and the shared narratives of imagination at play.
We believe such shared experiences are a necessary part of us: that in game and story we educate, inspire, and entertain. While materials and interfaces evolve to ever stranger and previously unimaginable places, our need for these experiences remains constant.
We believe such experiences are more powerful when shared with other people physically present. We believe the need for playful human interaction has never been greater, nor it scarcer.