This April, the Adventure Design Group brings you Thomas Lotze, the current lead organizer of Journey to the End of the Night San Francisco.
Journey is arguably the most influential street game ever made. Created in 2006 by Sam Lavigne, Sean Mahan and Ian Kizu-Blair, it has run every year in San Francisco since then. Over 2,500 players fled chasers through the streets of San Francisco last year. Journey has spread across the world to New York, London, Los Angeles, Berlin, Chicago, Washington DC, Vienna, and other cities -- wherever there is a street games community, you will likely find Journey.
Since Thomas has taken leadership of Journey in SF, the group has experimented with integrating technology, story, and game design. He's going to talk about the latest Journey, things they did right and wrong, and his and other organizer's plans for the future of the game.