Blast Theory's I'd Hide You Website Live

Kategorie: FutureEverything
geschrieben von: FutureEverything geschrieben am: 13.05.2012 um: 13:59 Uhr

Blast Theory have launched their new website with a video trailer to give a taster of next week's live performances for the world premiere of I'd Hide You at FutureEverything 2012.

Visit I'd Hide You.

I'd Hide You is the premiere of an online game of stealth, cunning and adventure like no other. 

Log in and jump onboard with a team of runners live from the streets of Manchester during the FutureEverything festival. See the world through their eyes as they stream video: ducking and diving, chatting to passersby, taking you down the back alleys.

Each night teams of runners in illuminated suits will roam the city trying to film each other. As they duck out of the shadows they film the nightlife, streaming the images onto the web.

Go online and play I'd Hide You with them. Click on a runner to ride onboard with them. You see what they see, hear what they hear. Pay attention: your snap button is there for you to grab a freeze frame at any time. Snap a runner onscreen and you score a point. Get snapped by someone else and you lose a life.

Play against your friends online at the same time. Use your wits to choose which runner to ride with. Or get a snap of other runners onscreen without getting snapped.

8pm-11pm, Thursday 17 May - Saturday 19 May
Play online at or at Teacup and Cakes (55 Thomas Street, Manchester, M4 1NA)

Or spot the runners in Manchester's Northern Quarter and follow the live twitter feed @idhideyou


Four times BAFTA nominated Blast Theory are world renowned as pioneers of interactive art and immersive theatre. I'd Hide You is their next genre-busting mix of online and urban gaming.

I'd Hide You is a new commission for The Space initiative from the BBC/ACE in partnership with FutureEverything. It has been developed by Blast Theory with support from Somethin' Else and the University of Nottingham.

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