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Game Rules

Short version:

  • Played in rounds
  • 1 - 4 players or group of players 
  • 2 categories of objects: digital objects and physical artifacts.
  • Aim of the game: Make connections between physical artifacts and digital objects.


Long version:

BMS is played in rounds, by players or group of players competing with each other. 

In the game, there are two categories of objects:

  • Digital Objects: can be text, images or video, which are part of the museum's collection, but are not present in the museum.
  • Physical Artifacts: objects that are part of the museum’s collection, and are also accessible to players. QR tags are placed near each artifact, so that players can "scan" them and use them through the game.


Each digital object can "connect" with some of the artifacts found in the museum's halls. Therefore relationships are created between digital and physical objects, which have as a result potential "background" stories to emerge. 

The aim of the players is to identify one of the artifacts, which can be connected to the digital object that they have been given at each round, and then to make the connection between those two and gain points.

The winner is the player who, at the end of the game, has managed to gain the most points.