99 Tiny Games was an installation that ran across London as part of the Cultural Olympiad.

We designed 99 site-specific games - three for each of London’s 33 boroughs - then printed them on bright circular posters and installed them in parks, bus stops, pavements, outside libraries, in bandstands and more. Some of them were chatty and silly and funny; some of them got players exploring, or moving through familiar streets in new ways, or finding out about forgotten moments of local history.


99 Tiny Games ran as a prototype at Southbank Centre (London, 2011); and across the city as part of the Cultural Olympiad (London, 2012). It also formed the basis for a Tiny Games app (iOS, 2013), and a series of six small books from Osprey Publishing (2015-16).