So we played the game, and it worked but it was a bit clunky.

First, I searched #graffitithatwas (and was greeted with my own tweet -haha):

….which led me to the blog:

Click to go straight to the blog!

 

Here’s QR code #1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This gave us the location – Greville St Prarhan

Once at the location you find this code:

This last QR code creates a tweet sending you to the final picture.

Which – when ‘read’ generates the tweet:

The tweets

Which also gave me a link to reveal the I successfully was led to uncover the graffiti that had been destroyed when pipes were put in over a famous Banksy artwork.

 

What worked:

  • The game itself did work – but the steps were long, and took time.
  • The QR tags were great and I am beginning to really like them and see their appeal as marketing tools – after becoming ‘de-baffled’ and understanding them it was easier to make the game itself. We made the game alongside designing it to ensure that it would work.

What didn’t work:

  • The game feels clunky – it needs more integration – maybe QR codes could reveal passwords to hidden blog pages rather then just URL’s

Overall, it was a great experience and I am loving all the applications for QR tags that I am finding.

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