Festival for Playful Public Spaces

Hidden Cracow

Hidden Krakow is a location-based novella that tells the story of a worker in a steampunk version of Krakow in the year 2009. To unfold the whole story, the whole city has to be unlocked. But don’t worry, you are not alone on this journey. Every player can unlock new parts of the story by travelling through the city of Krakow. Just reload the website every time you go somewhere new. If nobody has been there before, then you unlock a piece of the story for yourself and the rest of the world. Hidden Krakow has been designed and developed at the Playpublik Camp in Krakow from September 30th until October 2nd, 2014.

Play it everytime you like for free at www.hidden-krakow.com

How would Cracow be today if history had run a different course?

Format: Game

  • October 04, 2014 11:00 – 20:00
  • October 05, 2014 11:00 – 17:00

Zack Wood (US)


Zack Wood, AKA Beauregard Blixby the Simple Country Preacher and Culinary Entrepreneur, is a game designer and artist based in Berlin.

Martin Reiche (DE)

www.martinreiche.com @artsci_berlin

Martin Reiche is an audiovisual artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. He is co­founder of the Subformat Research Group with research on theory of space and spatial digitalization phenomena and is regularly presenting on professional computer science and digital art and gaming conferences.

Karol Baranowski (PL)