The Wall Street Journal put together this profile of SFZero.
SFZero is a Collaborative Production Game. Players build characters by completing tasks for their groups and increasing their Score. The goals of play include meeting new people, exploring the city, and participating in non-consumer leisure activities.
Cool project and a nice video, but we’re not sure why the WSJ scored the video with such annoying music.
6 thoughts on “SFZero Profiled by WSJ”
Wow I have never seen this before. It’s a cute idea.
I think that they should pick a place not in SF downtown, since most of the people are rushing business workers.
great potential in the idea of real missions handed out online.
Awful video though as they hardly got a reaction from anyone and were kicked out after 4 minutes of video. Dissapointing
I like the idea…
But the guy at the end made me frustrated.
If people needed to get home… they just walked by.
Ditto. Too bad it was in SF and not a smaller town where maybe people would at least be amused by the idea…
Oh sf0, you bring so much fun to this city.
for the record, you don’t have to be in SF to play sf0.
They don’t show some of the more aggressive permitting we did, he kept it more light hearted. We were out there an hour. We never blocked anyone, but we’d follow them the whole block until they took the bloody permit. At the core of it those plaques piss me off, and I wish they’d piss more people off.
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