Based in France
Augmented Board Game
Monstra Census is a cooperative observation and memory board game, which takes advantage of the digital and tangible through a tablet application, a cardboard model and physical cards.Each player is located on one side of the tablet. For more than a minute, several monsters appear through the openings on the facades of the structure. Players must then describe them to their teammates, who can set aside cards with matching visuals. Thus, at the end of this first phase of the game, players must have eliminated as many creatures as possible from their hands! A second phase of the game begins: consultation. If they still have cards in their hands, players must use their memory to eliminate the last monsters and designate the only one that did not appear in the structure.
We wanted to create a kind of cooperative party game with a hybrid board game, but without players having to look at the tablet. The projection that makes the monsters appear in the windows add a touch of magic.
- A carboard structure is placed on the tablet
- Use a tangible set of cards
- The projections on plexiglass slats reflect the images through the windows
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Awards & Recognition
- "Workshop of "La Caverne"" Le Quai (Angers, FRANCE), February 19th to 23th, 2018
- "Show and Tell Official Selection" IndieCade Europe (Paris, FRANCE), October 30th, 2017
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About Funambule Games
Funambule is a french word for "tightrope walker". We try to put a little bit of that spirit in our games : something aerial, hypnotic and magical! We are four designers from Paris, France : Paul-Etienne Bardot, Mégane Robert, Quentin Sutter and Mallory Agoumba. We don't have 100% defined roles, but Quentin is mostly responsible for code, Mégane for art and Paul-Etienne for game design, as Mallory.
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