I have a thing for playing outside. There I said it. That’s why I created a half-dozen video-game inspired games for kids to play outdoors.
Growing up meant summers spent outside for me. Long days locked outside with no hope of returning home until the sun fell and my parents called us for dinner.
The video game industry has longed enjoyed riding on the coattails of Hollywood, turning summer blockbuster films into what should be easily profitable video game adaptations. But things don’t always turn out as planned.