June 30 | 10:00-22:00
De LiK | Wolvenplein 27 | Utrecht
Independent games | Admission free
"To my mother, who spent her youth weaving carpets"
Farsh is a puzzle game in which the player needs to roll up and unroll a carpet to get to the end of each level. The carpet can be rolled onto rotating tiles, which steer the carpet in another direction. Farsh (Persian for "carpet") was created by Iranian student Mahdi Bahrami, who studies International Game Architecture and Design in Breda, the Netherlands. As a way to cope with his homesickness, he made this game in a couple of weeks. Out now on iOS.
IGF 2013 Student Showcase Winner