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Te Tuhi

Te Tuhi is not a game in itself; rather, it creates games based on arbitrary images that it is given. To use it, you draw a picture of the game you want to play, and it will give you the game that you really drew. It was originally written for an exhibit at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts in Manukau City, New Zealand. Experimental development is encouraged, with the system being sufficiently modular to allow people to mix their own combinations of image parsing and game evolution implementations. A version of the software is being developed for the OLPC XO.

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