Intouch Design’s interactive exhibit Survivor WW1 is now held by 10 museums/heritage trusts around NZ, from Invercargill to Northland. Not all of them have it up at the moment, but if you want to try the game out yourself, this map shows the museums that have a copy.
Most Museums are making the Economy Version, using mostly cardboard. The Marlborough Heritage Trust has made the first wooden version, with sponsorship from the local printer and woodworkers’ guild. This is travelling around the district, making the “participatory museum” experience accessible to small communities that wouldn’t normally receive an exhibition.
We are currently investigating the viability of laser cutting, and of adapting Survivor WW1 for Australia.