Hundreds of attendees played in physical and tech-focused games at the annual Come Out & Play festival in New York on a Friday evening in early July. The festival was split up into two parts: After Dark for more device-driven games, and Field Day and Family Day for more sports-related activities.
Two teams compete in Super Ship Sinker, a dodgeball-esque game in which players try to sink their opponent's vessel.
Players put on virtual reality headsets (made from Google Cardboard) that feed them instructions on which way to bop their heads.
"Selfie Deathmatch" pits players against each other to see who can take the most self-portraits.
Jon Murray and Yuting Feng showcase Ghosts of Dumbo, in which players walk around a New York neighborhood and play mini games at various locations, all in the pursuit of learning the history of the Dumbo area.
Block Party allows up to 16 players to compete in fast-paced puzzle games together.
After strapping on their headsets, players tuned into the beat of electronic dance music, moving their heads in time to directions fed to them.
One of the non-tech-focused games, The Forger, requires players to discern which of two drawings is real and which is a fake.
Attendees enjoy sports-related activities, many geared towards younger children, on day two of the festival.
Attendees continued to play throughout the second and last day of the event.