KEEP ME OCCUPIED is a videogame about working together: two players play it at a time, ascending a building by holding gates open for each other. but after sixty seconds, each player leaves a ghost of herself behind to occupy the last gate she touched, holding it open for future players. so every player who plays, no matter how unskilled, contributes to the collective success of all players.
KEEP ME OCCUPIED was created by anna anthropy for occupy oakland's move-in day, january 28, 2012. it ran on the OAK-U-TRON 201X mobile arcade unit built by alex kerfoot and mars jokela. but you're welcome to download it, change it, and run it at your own events. you can even play it at home with a buddy, but the game is best when many people contribute.
game by anna anthropy 2012. cabinet by rpm collective. photo by shaun roberts