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Video: Culver City Sidewalk Becomes Giant Game Board
IndieCade is an annual "international festival of independent games," and their conference was held earlier this month here in Culver City. As part of the festivities, several locations in Downtown Culver City were set up as public games, much like public art installations, including one called "Culverland," which used the sidewalk like a giant game board similar to Candyland.
Check out this fun video of people interacting--or ignoring--the game. We're sorry we missed seeing this in person this year, but there is always fun, interactive art to search for in Culver City; check out our story on the city's lively public art installations.
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