QWOP

Bennett Foddy

Suitable for: All ages

QWOP is a simple game about running extremely fast down a 100 metre track.

Bennett Foddy is the author of a number of games including Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, and his series of four-letter web games QWOP, GIRP and CLOP. His work has been shown at MoMA New York, SFMOMA and in dozens of other museums and festivals around the world. He teaches at the NYU Game Center as Associate Arts Professor in game design.

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