From the game website: “Johann Sebastian Joust is a no-graphics, digitally-enabled playground game for 2 to 7 players, designed for motion controllers such as the PlayStation Move. The goal is to be the last player remaining. When the music — selections from J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos — plays in slow-motion, the controllers are extremely sensitive to movement. When the music speeds up, this threshold becomes less strict, giving the players a small window to dash at their opponents.”
Developed by Die Gute Fabrik JSJ is a fresh experience and a really fun party game where you have to set your own rules for a custom experience.
If you come in Turin let me know, I will be really pleased to play with you. For more info see http://jsjoust.com/ A single video worts more than 1000 words.
Take a smile.
Sun just set.
On my road to Toolbox
Dove sono le sfitinzie? Si chiese AlphaC alle diciassette e cinquanta.
At the beginning there's me and my camera. A sunbeam strikes my back. I smile and I take a picture.
The world is very old