DAE (Digital Arts and Entertainment) awarded with the best game design school 2017 & 2018 and Creative Therapy partnered up for a student project. Goal for the last year students was to create a challenging and immersive game for children with balance disorders.

The result is a 3rd person tube racer game that lets you move and play because you really want it! The player maneuvers a surfer through the tube-shaped glass fiber of a fantastic internet world to deliver an important data package. Matti acts as input and feedback device and let the player control the surfer’s movement by shifting weight, jumping and placing his feet. In addition to the screen visuals, the LED’s inside Matti extend the game experience to the ground under the player’s feet.

This cooperation is the 2nd successful group project between DAE and Creative Therapy which will result in even more motivating rehabilitation therapy!